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I've never been able to increase my ram from 1066, my old ram was a corsair 6gb 1333 set. When I would adjust the memory multiplier to get 1333 it wouldn't post even when I tried to manually input the ram timings.

I purchased a 12gb set of gskill sniper 1600 ram thinking my old ram was the problem but I'm having the same issue as before except now my machine won't post if I have more than 1 module in.

The motherboard doesn't read the xmp profiles correctly for either set of ram, cpuz does but doesn't give me all of the timing values required so I can input them manually.

Does anyone have any advice? The only way I can make this system post is by resetting the bios, I've tried p10 and p11 bios as those are the only ones compatible with gulftown cpus.
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My ram is 7-8-7-24, when I input those values the machine doesn't post, only when I leave everthing on auto does the machine post.
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I installed a single stick in my bro's 1155 system and the motherboard picked the ram right away as 1600mhz but with loose timings. I took those values and used them on my bloodrage mobo but it still wouldn't post.

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As a last ditch effort I adjusted the pins in the socket that were bent before I acquired the motherboard, well now I can post with all 3 sticks and use the computer normally. I can set the correct RAM timings now but I cannot increase the speed from 1067 no matter what I set the voltages to. Either I'm missing a setting or my cpu socket is too far damaged.
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After hours of searching I found that you have to disable overclock recovery to have the system post after adjusting settings. Now my only problem is I can set the memory multiplier of 12 and base clock of 133 so that it should be running at 1600mhz but I can open cpuz and it reports 536mhz (1072mhz), the only way I can get the memory speed up is by increasing the base clock. At this point I'm just documenting for the next guy who may have these problems with this board.
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