Originally Posted by SlicketyRickety
ram problem and yes even if there is a 1% chance that both sticks went bad 1% is 1%, so stop bad mouthing and try other methods i highly doubt its the mobo i have been on countless forums with people having the same problem, and fixed it by simply changing ram or bios version you bought a brand new mobo when it just came out there are bugs so deal with it. People check all forums not just this one
Actually i have checked other forums, and no one with this issue has come up with a reasonable solution that I have no already tried (that I have found at least.) Also if YOU actually read the whole thread, you would find out that I don't have another set of DDR3 ram, and that I have the newest bios revision out yet and I've used every single new one as they came out, and this problem still happened. And furthermore, how is it my problem to "deal with" if I pay my hard earned cash for a product just to be initially defective and not perform up to it's claimed standards? Well I don't know if you've noticed, but I am TRYING to deal with it. I am on the internet looking for answers to the problems EVGA cannot give me. In fact I'm doing everything I CAN to deal with it.
BTW you sound alot like the moron at EVGA who had no clue what he was talking about... So what makes you think that it's the 1% chance it's the ram hmm? Any answers from you smart guy?