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My issue is that I cannot use bank A1 and A2 and with 9-9-9-24-2T my system is unstable. I've tried 10-10-10-27-2T and a higher CPU-NB volt as suggested in some threads here and it seems to run better? What does this mean for my mainboard and my ram? My HT is at 2100 mhz. Is this too low for my ram? BTW. I've tried another mainboard with these sticks and my system and it works 100% with dual channel. I've this problem only with this ASUS mainboard? My corsair ram part number is CMX8GX3M2A1600C9.
Edited by Recursion - 12/2/12 at 12:40pm
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My issue is that I cannot use bank A1 and A2 and with 9-9-9-24-2T my system is unstable. I've tried 10-10-10-27-2T and a higher CPU-NB volt as suggested in some threads here and it seems to run better? What does this mean for my mainboard and my ram? My HT is at 2100 mhz. Is this too low for my ram? BTW. I've tried another mainboard with these sticks and my system and it works 100% with dual channel. I've this problem only with this ASUS mainboard? My corsair ram part number is CMX8GX3M2A1600C9.

What does it do if you clear the CMOS and just drop the sticks in?
     
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What does it do if you clear the CMOS and just drop the sticks in?

I'm not sure I haven't tried it. Can you explain how that can help to clear CMOS?
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I'm not sure I haven't tried it. Can you explain how that can help to clear CMOS?

Perhaps a setting is set incorrectly or something so if you clear the CMOS you will start off fresh.
     
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