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not stupid, normal i would say, pretty much everyone i know doesnt know the inside of a computer case.
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Thanks Two Cables and D6Bmg I appreciate the defense you gave me. As for you Dioholster sorry if I'm not the same as you but ram comes in different sizes and different shapes also depending on the mobo it is put in with or without force now I've builded regular home PCs before and all you have to do with those is put ram in now with my mobo I had to put force in then listen for the click now this was my 1st gaming rig which is different from building a factory HP and Dell computer so this is a new experience oh and honestly Putting the CPU in a mobo is honestly the really easiest part iy requires no effort just a simple line up and put in so that tell me a little about your tech level with CPU placement being harder than ram placement so next time you decide to be rude think about what's the hardest thing for you to do then comment because next time I build a rig I will remember all the help from this website so I wont make this mistake again. Thank you for the helpful and mostly friendly community on this website and also the hardest thing to do while putting a rig together is putting in your mobo because the case differ and the the standoffs could be on you mobo without knowing and you could short it out thumb.gif
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post #33 of 39
Did you get it sorted OP? I used to have that motherboard, and I was abit confused by it. I think its because the plastic ram retention clips are flat but they move out to accommodate the ram.
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Yes it's the strangest keyboard I've ever encounters but it's suppose to be the best with overclocking so I brought and suffered hahaha
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post #35 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by krimson4eva View Post

Yes it's the strangest keyboard I've ever encounters but it's suppose to be the best with overclocking so I brought and suffered hahaha

 

Almost all aftermarket motherboards are like this. ;)

 

You can insert memory into these slots in two different ways:

 

  1. Push hard until you hear the click
  2. Push the memory in until the clips move, and then hold the memory down while you manually move the clips onto the memory

 

I prefer the first way because it's the easiest, just as long as it works. Sometimes it doesn't work and you have to help the clips along a bit.

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Ha, I did the same thing, I had to stick one stick of RAM into the 3rd slot, power the machine up, and update the bios, it has a built in automatic updater. Then use the two slots on the right. Someone told me the boards had issues with Ivy Bridge if the bios wasnt updated. So just plug in the CPU, one stick of ram, Keyboard, mouse and an ethernet cable, read the book it will tell you how to update straight through the bios
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Originally Posted by krimson4eva View Post

Thank you for the helpful and mostly friendly community on this website and also the hardest thing to do while putting a rig together is putting in your mobo because the case differ and the the standoffs could be on you mobo without knowing and you could short it out thumb.gif

how could standoff be on your mobo? i never seen this. i have that mobo its the easiest one to put together because of how tiny it is. well it seems you know your stuff but if you want more ram next time just go here http://www.downloadmoreram.com/
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post #38 of 39
I just did my first build an I didnt realize you could use so much force on the ram. I thought I was going to break the mobo. I just put it in and did the clips manually and it still wasn't enough. How is somone supposed to do perfect 400 lbs dead lifts first time in the gym.
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try and do each side of the ram seperatly, doesnt have to be the whole thing pushed at once.
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