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Error due to a new memory

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Hello everybody;

Goal: I want to make memory work on my computer;
My Motherboard: Asus p7p55 LX
Memory that I try to install: HyperX KHX16C9T2K2/8X
I receive this error when I am trying to start windows with new memory:


I tried MemOK button, didn't help.

What should I do? And why I am getting this error?

Also, please read this topic, I wrote it and didn't find an answer that would help me:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1519649/kingston-memory-doesnt-work-asus-motherboard#post_23036321
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You can't start at all? Can you go to bios and set the memory Frequency and timings and Dram Voltage to the manufacturer's specs. The specs can be found on the packaging the ram came in or on a sticker on the side of the ram sticks. And do not mix the ram if you are trying to use this with your old ram. Use one or the other, but not both. Make sure to set the Dram Voltage exactly to Manufacturers specs.
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You can't start at all? Can you go to bios and set the memory Frequency and timings and Dram Voltage to the manufacturer's specs. The specs can be found on the packaging the ram came in or on a sticker on the side of the ram sticks. And do not mix the ram if you are trying to use this with your old ram. Use one or the other, but not both. Make sure to set the Dram Voltage exactly to Manufacturers specs.

This is what i have on the box of new RAM

What does CL 9 and 240 mean?
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CL9 is the latency. You either need to remove a ram stick and look on the sticker that's on it or Go to Kingston's site and look up your ram model number, for the exact ram and get the timings and voltage from there. It should be on the box somewhere. It should say something like 1600 9-9-9-24 1.65V. That is an example of what you are looking for, not your timings.
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CL9 is the latency. You either need to remove a ram stick and look on the sticker that's on it or Go to Kingston's site and look up your ram model number, for the exact ram and get the timings and voltage from there. It should be on the box somewhere. It should say something like 1600 9-9-9-24 1.65V. That is an example of what you are looking for, not your timings.
Can you please send me the link with documentation?
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See if this is your ram http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/KHX16C9T3K2_8X.pdf

if it is, set the first timings at either 11-11-11 at 1.5V at 1600
Or set it for the XMP profile, which should work on your board if set right to 9-9-9 at 1.65V 1600MHz frequency.
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See if this is your ram http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/KHX16C9T3K2_8X.pdf

if it is, set the first timings at either 11-11-11 at 1.5V at 1600
Or set it for the XMP profile, which should work on your board if set right to 9-9-9 at 1.65V 1600MHz frequency.

is it how it should be?
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It doesn't work. i already tried.
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