ASRock DDR5 Installation Stickers Blamed for Motherboard RMAs

ASRock DDR5 Installation Stickers Blamed for Motherboard RMAs

In an official statement by ASRock earlier today, the company announced that it would allow anyone who has issues peeling the DDR5 memory installation sticker off their AM5 motherboard to return it for a newer version if necessary. Some users report that the sticker can leave significant adhesive traces behind, potentially blocking some of the DDR5 contacts in the DIMM slots.

This story started a few days ago when some ASRock X670E users reported that ASRock’s DDR5 memory installation sticker guide – stamped right on top of the DIMM slots, was a bit too sticky to remove. The issue leaves users with the potential risk of non-working memory DIMMs.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/asrock-ddr5-sticker-mayhem

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