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post #1881 of 1890
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Originally Posted by KYKYLLIKA View Post

What happens when you use other RAM? Like a different manufacturer or a different model?

I'll try it tonight.

I have 6 sticks of Corsair Dominator 1600, 2gb each.

And... what I do if it works?
And what I do if it don't work?
May I use 2 or 4 sticks?

Tks.
post #1882 of 1890
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Originally Posted by KYKYLLIKA View Post

What happens when you use other RAM? Like a different manufacturer or a different model?

I'll try it tonight.

I have 6 sticks of Corsair Dominator 1600, 2gb each.

And... what I do if it works?
And what I do if it don't work?
May I use 2 or 4 sticks?

Tks.

You want to rule out the following things:

  • Damaged pins on DIMM slots;
  • Damaged contacts on RAM modules;
  • Defective RAM;

Another thing that may cause this is bent CPU socket pins.
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Workstation mk II
(16 items)
 
ASUS A73S
(16 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Intel Core i7-4790K Gigabyte G1.Sniper 5 GTX 1080 8GB GB GTX 1080 8GB GB 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
G.Skill Ares 16GB 2133 dual channel kit Crucial 893 GB SSD 3x HGST 3TB SATA3 H110i v2 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Acer XB271HK FILCO Majestouch 2 EVGA Supernova 1300 80 gold 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair 900D Cougar 700M Mionix Sargas 400 Asus Xonar u7 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2670qm ASUSTeK K73SD GeForce 610M 8 GB Samsung 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
750 GB Hitachi HTS54somenumbers Matshita DVD-RAM UJ8B0AW Laptop cooling — snakey heatpipe, some heatsink... Windows 8 pro 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Some 17" 1600×900 glossy panel, not too shabby. LG Flatron W2343T Most keys are perfect square. A few elongated r... The AC/DC adapter makes a high-pitched sighing ... 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Not slim. Nexus silent mouse Custom handmade Built in, some realtek crap. 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Pentium® III-S 1.13 GHz Compaq ProLiant ML330 G2 ATI Rage XL/XC 2 GB Kingston 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
A couple 500GB SCSI II disks in raid 1. 120GB SCSI II disk HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM Stock. It’s noisy. 
OSPowerCaseAudio
Windows XP Pro SP 3 Some PSU I pulled out from under my bed. Compaq. Very genuine case. Some Legacy audio. 
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post #1883 of 1890
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Originally Posted by KYKYLLIKA View Post

You want to rule out the following things:

  • Damaged pins on DIMM slots;
  • Damaged contacts on RAM modules;
  • Defective RAM;

Another thing that may cause this is bent CPU socket pins.

DIMM Slots are ok, because I was using then with my 4770k.
I just changed the CPU, so...
Before it's all ok, MOBO ok, DIMM slots ok, RAM ok.

RAM sticks was on slots 1 and 2, on Dual Channel with my 4770k. I only changed the CPU, without removing RAM.

In other hand: Is it too much different running this RAM on Single or on Dual Channel?
Because for me, on that case, I can stay with my old 4770k or I can pick this 4790k, for the same price.
The 4790K is from my friend, and he wants my 4770k because their motherboard don't support this 4790k, and he wants to trade with me.

But now, I'm having that "little" problem with the 4790k.

So.... what is best?

4770k with 16gb on Dual Channel (CPU on 4.600 MHz, stable and cold)
or
4790k with 16gb on Single Channel (I think that I can go to 4.900 MHz)?

Of course...solve this problem is the best way to go...

Thank you.
post #1884 of 1890
make sure your using the latest bio, check for damage to socket area. if thats all you have changed i would get a magnifying glass and examine the socket very well.
post #1885 of 1890
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Originally Posted by 97discosd View Post

make sure your using the latest bio, check for damage to socket area. if thats all you have changed i would get a magnifying glass and examine the socket very well.

ok... thats it!



I just fixed this pin. And.... NOTHING! Can't boot on dual channel mode wirh 4790k cpu...

I came back to my 4770k and it's all perfect again, booted on dual channel.

I don't know what to do next...
post #1886 of 1890
So with the pin repaired the 4770k works normally? But the 4790k doesn't? If so I would find a different motherboard and test that the cpu does not have an issue. It's unlikely but worth eliminating
Edited by 97discosd - 5/8/16 at 3:21pm
post #1887 of 1890
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So with the pin repaired the 4770k works normally? But the 4790k doesn't? If so I would find a different motherboard and test that the cpu does not have an issue. It's unlikely but worth eliminating

Oh... yeah.

I think that the problem is on the 4790k.

My mobo and my 4770k are perfect now. 4,7 MHz stable.

I got 17.121 points on 3DMark Firestrike 1.1. Better then 99% of all results.

I guess I'll stay with that config for the next 2 years.

Do you think that 1,4 v of VCore is too high?

Thank you for your help!
post #1888 of 1890
sweet man glad its all working now
post #1889 of 1890

shameless post tongue.gif waiting on new mayhems purple as my current is fadded
post #1890 of 1890
Hello all. I have a g1 SNIPER m5, with the latest BIOS update, WIndows 7 64 bits..

I have a problem with my Sound.

Sometimes the sound works and sometimes not.

When dont work i have to use an adapter(usb external) and the sound works.

Anyone know about that problem? The support tell me to update Driver and BIOS. I did that but still with the problem. Any solution?


Sorry for bad english.

Thank you all!!!
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