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The default timings for the ram according to its specification is the SPD row. However, i did set it to manual and just copy everything on the SPD. Didn't work.
Edited by Sakoteh - 4/5/14 at 4:01am
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Just did an quick, lazy overview of RAM you posted. You sure the voltage isn't an factor? 1.35-1.5 (sammy) vs 1.7-1.9 (other).
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Just did an quick, lazy overview of RAM you posted. You sure the voltage isn't an factor? 1.35-1.5 (sammy) vs 1.7-1.9 (other).

I'm just using the sammy kit as my main. The Kingston Hyper kit is an extra I have and I installed it just to see if one of my module is faulty but I did not installed both different kits at the same time if that is what you are asking.
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I just found a thread at Tom's that had a similar issue as I have. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1871706/78lmt-usb3-memory-problem.html

Now I am more worried that there's a chance the processor is the culprit. mdocod mentioned earlier that the memory controllers are on the CPU. What do you think people, should I just return both hardwares to the seller? Sigh... I was having high hopes of OCing these stuffs frown.gif
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The default timings for the ram according to its specification is the SPD row. However, i did set it to manual and just copy everything on the SPD. Didn't work.
The SPD Row seems to be placing your timings at 11-11-11. Set it to 9-9-9-24 and leave the rest like that. Then increase the DRAM voltage to 1.65v and save it. Try this. It has to work.
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The SPD Row seems to be placing your timings at 11-11-11. Set it to 9-9-9-24 and leave the rest like that. Then increase the DRAM voltage to 1.65v and save it. Try this. It has to work.

Did it still no.

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Did it still no.


It says 8GB. Re-install windows. CPUZ detects 8GB.
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It says 8GB. Re-install windows. CPUZ detects 8GB.

Will do, I'll keep you posted when it's done.
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Hello guys just an update. I know it's been awhile but I decided to purchase another set of motherboard and processor to determine which one is really giving me an issue. As it turns out, it was really the motherboard that is faulty. I installed the new processor and failed to boot when a memory stick is installed either on slot 2 and 4. Gigabyte just issued me an RMA and will ship this out to them right away. Hopefully they just decide to send me a new board instead. I really appreciate everyone who shared their thoughts about this issue of mine. I will keep you guys posted and most likely my questions will be how to overclock this setup biggrin.gif
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Hello guys just an update. I know it's been awhile but I decided to purchase another set of motherboard and processor to determine which one is really giving me an issue. As it turns out, it was really the motherboard that is faulty. I installed the new processor and failed to boot when a memory stick is installed either on slot 2 and 4. Gigabyte just issued me an RMA and will ship this out to them right away. Hopefully they just decide to send me a new board instead. I really appreciate everyone who shared their thoughts about this issue of mine. I will keep you guys posted and most likely my questions will be how to overclock this setup biggrin.gif
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