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Originally Posted by turrican9;13832887 
Try to boot with one stick, go into bios and up DRAM Voltage to 1.65v and also try to up the VCCIO voltage a little bit. Then turn system Off and install that second stick.

Actually the picture above is already 1.65v for DRAM but very hard to see caused it yellow. And the VCCIO is 1.15v, what number should I increase?
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Originally Posted by crazykiddo;13832898 
Actually the picture above is already 1.65v for DRAM but very hard to see caused it yellow. And the VCCIO is 1.15v, what number should I increase?

Try 1.25v. You could also try to use that mem OK button. Just like Omega said.
    
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Originally Posted by turrican9;13832786 
Yes, forgot to say it, use the two blue slots, as the manual states.

Manual states you can use either the white slots or blue just not a white n blue
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Originally Posted by Nw0rb;13832924 
Manual states you can use either the white slots or blue just not a white n blue

White ? Lol! There are Black and Blue ones. And when using two sticks in Dual channel, Asus recommends using the two blue slots
    
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Originally Posted by turrican9;13832938 
White ? Lol! There are Black and Blue ones. And when using two sticks in Dual channel, Asus recommends using the two blue slots

Yep, made me dig out my manual to make sure I wasn't going crazy, says A2 and B2, which are both blue.
    
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Originally Posted by Omega329;13832896 
Edit, listen to the guy above.
I wouldn't recommend leaving it at 1.65v though,
ON A SIDE NOTE, your cpu needs 1.4v for 4.5? I would definitely try lowering that, actually I would bring that back down to stock until you get your memory problem fixed.

So should I stay at 1.65v for DRAM and increase VCCIO to 1.25v?

And about the cpu, I don't know what is the best for it, just read somewhere they said 1.4v... which number are you recommend?
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So should I stay at 1.65v for DRAM and increase VCCIO to 1.25v?

And about the cpu, I don't know what is the best for it, just read somewhere they said 1.4v... which number are you recommend?

My i2500K needs ~1.368v Vcore/Full load to be 12 hour + Prime 95 Blend stable. And I have a mediocre/bad one.

You just have to try and see how much yours need.
    
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I don't know who told you that that RAM is OK to use with the P8P67...... it's not on their memory qualified vendors list.

But, don't despair. Your motherboard has a function called MemOK, that will tune the board for you to run almost any memory.


Lookup ( and read about) the MEMOK function in your user's manual. It involves the use of a button on your motherboard, so you'll have to have your case open in order to use it.)
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Originally Posted by rottenotto;13833969 
I don't know who told you that that RAM is OK to use with the P8P67...... it's not on their memory qualified vendors list.

But, don't despair. Your motherboard has a function called MemOK, that will tune the board for you to run almost any memory.


Lookup ( and read about) the MEMOK function in your user's manual. It involves the use of a button on your motherboard, so you'll have to have your case open in order to use it.)

GSkill website: http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=385
and the tech from newegg told me same thing.

However MemOk doesn't help, hold it and it boot normal with 1 ram installed, if there is 2 ram the red light just keep flashing..frown.gif

Tried increase 1.25v VCCIO also lower the ram to 1600 or even 1333 but no luck..
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post #20 of 31
Have you swapped the second stick that fails to allow it to boot into the first blue DIMM and seeing if it will boot still? You may have a bad stick of RAM. (1 at a time still of course.) If it boots, I'd pop the second stick in and see if it still boots up. If it does, I'd then run memtest86+ to see if you're getting any errors.

Looking at the SPD you have pictured, there is no reason to have your RAM voltage at 1.65 either. 1.5v is all you need, so I would definitely lower that back down. Vccio only really comes into play when you are overclocking your RAM above and beyond the XMP values, or are using 4 sticks of high-capacity RAM. That said, I would definitely run memtest86+ if you can get it past the bios page.

You can find memtest86+ here.

Good luck! thumb.gif
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