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I've run memtest and the sticks are fine in slots 1 & 3. Congratulations, you've noticed that this year's signature is based on outdated internet memes; CLICK HERE NOW to experience this unforgettable phenomenon. I'm 100% sure the sticks are compatible as they have worked properly before. Persistance and repetition of boots seems to have saved the day with no actual RMA's needed in my case. http://webtrekkie.com/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory.php

But if I try 2 sticks in slots 1 & 2 or in 3 & 4 (which is supposed to be dual-channel mode according to the manual and on board color-coding) The motherboard runs the RAM in either "single channel mode" or "dual channel mode". An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Specs?

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Gold subscriber Administrator Posts: 46484 Joined: Tue Aug 20, 2002 10:51 pm Location: Somewhere, having a beer Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #5 Fri Jul 25, 2014 7:54 If the voltages are different by a couple of tenths, try in between or the higher of the two voltages.You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from From the mother board manual it states to work in dual channel mode it either needs to be in slots ddr3 1 and ddr3 2 (blue slots) or ddr3 3 and If there's a problem with the DIMMs it's possible it's only coming out in dual channel operation.He already indicated that he did that, back in the original post.deruberhanyok wrote:Testing with other

  1. Removed the CPU, checked for bent pins, none were found.Evidently both of the b slots are inoperable and will cause a failure to post in all observed cases, using a1 &
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  3. Or does anyone think there's a setting I'm overlooking? #3 eflat123, Mar 19, 2011 corkyg Elite Member
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In my quad system, default is single channel. #2 corkyg, Mar 19, 2011 eflat123 Member Joined: Jan 12, 2011 Messages: 55 Likes Received: 0 As far I can tell from Since you messed with the heatsink/fan at the same time, maybe that's the problem? in the manual it is not very clear.but after reading a little more you will understand. #5 denis280, Mar 19, 2011 stargazr Platinum Member Joined: Jun 13, 2010 Messages: 2,198 Dual Channel Not Working Asus I'd also suggest minimal boot (onboard graphics, 1 ram stick in the first slot, install a PC speaker if you have one lying around)Modern boards often have a "three tries and

According to JEDEC standards, all DDR3 RAM is suppose to run at 1.5v & the memory settings are programmed into an EEPROM on the memory stick. Report • #6 Matthewfelton July 4, 2012 at 12:03:30 Just to clarify. Are you hearing any beeps at start up? Report • #2 OtheHill July 4, 2012 at 06:02:03 Is the RAM you have installed now, the same RAM as you had before?If not, the RAM may be incompatible due to

I purchased the machine from an online pc building company. Ram Not Running In Dual Channel Skip to content CPUs GRAPHICS MOTHERBOARDS CASES & POWER STORAGE MOBILE GAMING FORUMS JOBS MORE... If there's a problem with the DIMMs it's possible it's only coming out in dual channel operation.Testing with other RAM would be good, too, as it would isolate whether it's the Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post Reply Print view Who is online Users browsing this forum: No

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EDIT: No, you may be correct... CPUs don't make noise.2nd, both your CPU & motherboard don't officially support DDR3-1600 without overclocking.3rd, your new RAM is not true DDR-1600. Dual Channel Memory Not Working What confuse me a lot at first was inconsistent behaviour between boots because the board was reverting back to failsafes every third try. Dual Channel Ram Not Booting However, getting Intel to actually consider that the CPU merits replacement given the behavior you're seeing is going to be a bit of a challenge.-If all of the above fails to

My gf has a AMD machine, I used an Asus M4A785TD-M EVO mb and the manual says the same thing - slots 1 & 3, and 2 & 4. this contact form And looking at the SPD specs, it should be configured to run at 1333MHz, 1.5v, 9-9-9-24.http://www.corsair.com/cmx4gx3m2a16...Now tell us about the "old" RAM. I must have missed that part. Just running with A1/2 filled the system is extremely stable, and I have not produced a single BSOD so far. How To Activate Dual Channel Ram

Ive reset the Cmos. ive made sure that maximum memory is unchecked in msconfig. However as soon as I add the third and fourth or just a third stick it completely ignores that stick. http://webtrekkie.com/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory-controller.php New semi-working builds are the worst when you don't have spare parts for testing.First impression based on the problem description was that there are bent CPU pins in the socket.

On the site the slots are blue & white, in the manual they're yellow & red. Dual Channel Not Working Gigabyte Congratulations, you've noticed that this year's signature is based on outdated internet memes; CLICK HERE NOW to experience this unforgettable phenomenon. In both windows.

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Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #8 Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:40 am You're problaby right to return both, but just do every step at least three times as For dual channel mode with 2 sticks, they should be installed in slots DDR3_1 & DDR3_2, in other words, the 2 yellow slots. See in Thread ↓#1 Fingers July 4, 2012 at 05:43:19 Look into the OTHER specs on the memory, if the timings are not compatible or the voltages are different, they may Computer Won't Boot In Dual Channel Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More...

Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. The ram in the computer is the same ram that has always been in the computer ever since I bought the computer. Check on crucial.com to see what RAM is compatible. Check This Out But for dual channel I need to have the 2 sticks I use in slots 3 & 4.

Single sticks work fine in slots 1 and 3. NEWS BREADBOX PODCASTS BLOGS SYSTEMS MULTIMEDIA MISCELLANY ARCHIVE ABOUT US Search… Search Search… Search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team Forum FAQ New posts Unread posts Active topics unganged setting in the BIOSClick to expand... Anyone else here in Sacramento I could bum a couple sticks off? (might as well ask, eh) #7 eflat123, Mar 20, 2011 denis280 Diamond Member Joined: Jan 16, 2011 Messages:

If everything seems alright and I can't find some other problem I'm considering keeping the PC, unless that seems Top divide_by_zero Gerbil First Class Posts: 116 Joined: Fri May 30, The memory is G.Skill Ripjaws 2 x 4GB DDR3 1600 and bios settings for memory are default. Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #14 Thu Jul 31, 2014 9:43 am If all the RAM is good in the A slots, it's either a defective memory controller I've tried every combo of 2 sticks in all possible slot combinations and all worked.

The new ram I bought is currently on my desk. 'Not' in the computer. Logged MSI X99A Gaming 9 ACK (MS-7882) Bios 3.6Core i7 6800K @ 4100.51 MHz (41 * 100.01 MHz), 1.294vCorsair H110 Liquid CPU Cooler32GB (4 x 8GB) Corsair CMK32GX4M4C3000C15R @ 1500.2 MHz Gold subscriber Administrator Posts: 46484 Joined: Tue Aug 20, 2002 10:51 pm Location: Somewhere, having a beer Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #2 Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:44 About us | Privacy policy | Mailing list | Mobile Toggle navigation Where to Buy Facebook Youbube MSI VR PRODUCTS GAMING Laptops GT Series GS Series GE Series GP Series GL