Wow, old thread. #10 stargazr, Apr 24, 2012 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have 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 & Single sticks work fine in slots 1 and 3. Login Register 08-February-17, 03:06:37 Welcome, Guest Please login or register. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory.html
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 I purchased the machine from an online pc building company. It seems like it's a motherboard problem to me. ie, the 4790 worked in another board, and the board worked with another 4770, despite having the same BIOS versions on both.
A memory module which supports XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) allows you to simply enable XMP mode in the BIOS which would then automatically configure your memory settings for the correct voltage, They're shown as the two closet to the CPU.If none of them work, not even the originals, you must have done something wrong. Top divide_by_zero Gerbil First Class Posts: 116 Joined: Fri May 30, 2014 8:57 pm Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #10 Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:59 pm Sounds
Already tried the CMOS reset, Battery reset, reseating the sticks numerous times, even moving them around which shouldn't have effect cause they're all 100% alike, also tried switching Memory remap around. 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. Just running with A1/2 filled the system is extremely stable, and I have not produced a single BSOD so far. Dual Channel Not Working Asus 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
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 Enable Dual Channel Memory Gigabyte Tried clearing cmos, running the ram slower, still same. Congratulations, you've noticed that this year's signature is based on outdated internet memes; CLICK HERE NOW to experience this unforgettable phenomenon.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 using a low-end Giga board (D2H) and mine has it.
I'll have a go with some of the suggestions and get back to you all. Ram Not Running In Dual Channel It should be a matter of populating the slots right. I must have missed that part. 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.
EDIT: No, you may be correct... http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/230369-strange-memory-problem-dual-channel.html Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Dual Channel Memory Not Working An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Dual Channel Ram Not Booting Top Chrispy_ Silver subscriber Grand Gerbil Poohbah Posts: 3749 Joined: Fri Apr 09, 2004 3:49 pm Location: Europe, most frequently London.
No, create an account now. check my blog It worked perfectly fine before. Do you normally hear a single beep at startup? I can't remember anymore but it might have something to do with ganged vs. How To Activate Dual Channel Ram
Re: New Build, Dual channel memory problems Quote #3 Fri Jul 25, 2014 6:29 am I have started to see this behaviour with recent Haswell chips, both on 8-series and 9-series 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 On the site the slots are blue & white, in the manual they're yellow & red. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory-controller.html 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.
Im wondering whether the mobo is broken or the Cpu's memory controller is broken ? Dual Channel Not Working Gigabyte This sentence is just filler and as irrelevant as my signature. I have tried clearing the CMOS and rebooting with both sets of ram in A1/B1 three times, left waiting just leads to a continual black screen.
Cpu is Phenom II x3 720 oc'd a bit to 3.2ghz, not unlocked. When you worked with the RAM, did you unplug the power cord & lay the tower on it's side so the you could exert enough pressure to fully snap the sticks After the initial boot, behavior with RAM in b1 changed to a constant power cycle: fans spool up, fans die down, repeat. Computer Won't Boot In Dual Channel Report • #9 Derek July 4, 2012 at 14:50:41 One further thought.
Since you messed with the heatsink/fan at the same time, maybe that's the problem? The motherboard runs the RAM in either "single channel mode" or "dual channel mode". This also didnt happen straight away but after a couple of days. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory-ram-question.html with 2 ram it's slot 1 and 3.or 2 and 4.
You may have to dig around a bit to find it... But, the table to the right suggest that for 2 modules, I use either 1 & 2 or 3 & 4. #1 eflat123, Mar 19, 2011 Last edited: Mar 19, 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 Or does anyone think there's a setting I'm overlooking? #3 eflat123, Mar 19, 2011 corkyg Elite Member
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edit: added snippet from manual So, if the manual is right(!), Channel 0 => 1 & 3 and Channel 1 => 2 & 4. It's definitely a strange one. 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 Cpu-z says they are running in dual channel mode Unganged.
The memory is G.Skill Ripjaws 2 x 4GB DDR3 1600 and bios settings for memory are default. Cheers Report • #12 Caffreys July 8, 2012 at 14:20:01 Might be stupid question but what Win7 do you use ?32 or 64 bit ?You need 64 bits OS to see Must have happened to me five or six times over the last 20-30 builds or so.With the 9-series chipsets it's unlikely to be outdated BIOS versions so I'm wondering if Intel Probably far too hopeful but easy to try.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #10 riider July 4, 2012 at 15:00:26 ✔ Best AnswerSorry, I
Being an issue on both Asus and Gigabyte boards, I'm going to assume its something Intel changed and the motherboard vendors didn't get the memo Congratulations, you've noticed that this year's