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post #41 of 44
then it wasnt completed...run it again. It should pass 100%...no issues, if you were that close, have you tried just adding .5v to the RAM?


Q- do you have the ability to take the temp of your NB?
post #42 of 44
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if u mean MB as in mother board then yes its 35 idel
if u mean northbridge then no

well its going back i just whish i get a refund and then i will buy g skill dual channel kit if that dont work then i know the mobo is bad
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post #43 of 44
If you are reporting the temp of your mobo, as reported by a Asus program...that IS the temp of the chipset, or NB 90+% of the time. -> Reason being, all of the 'bad' nvidia based mobo's I have had experience with, all had high NB temps, from day 1. 35c is nothing to worry about.

if the RAM works fine with just one stick at a time...and also works fine in single channel...then that RAM is not dual channel capable.
post #44 of 44
Hey let me know wat happens with that
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