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Update - So ive just tried the RAM and CPU on my ASUS board and im having the same prob.

Think my CPU's IMC is dead
If it doesn't POST at 1600mhz, this is normal. Try 1333mhz.
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Update - So ive just tried the RAM and CPU on my ASUS board and im having the same prob.

Think my CPU's IMC is dead
Man that sucks! First mobo and now this. I feel for you brother.
Any chance you can verify it with different RAM?
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Update - So ive just tried the RAM and CPU on my ASUS board and im having the same prob.

Think my CPU's IMC is dead
Just making sure that you have set ram timings as well as voltage manually.

Set Dram Timing mode to [Both] in bios and set the timings for your ram on both channels.
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Man that sucks! First mobo and now this. I feel for you brother.
Any chance you can verify it with different RAM?
Just had my new G.Skills delivered today and they cause exactly the same issue as my OCZ's

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Just making sure that you have set ram timings as well as voltage manually.

Set Dram Timing mode to [Both] in bios and set the timings for your ram on both channels.
Everything has been set manually

Im going to return most of my rig for a refund and sell the rest I think. Am gonna go i7. To much dissopointment from AMD for me
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If it doesn't POST at 1600mhz, this is normal. Try 1333mhz.
It wont post at any speed or setting. Its just as if the slots were not there
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Good luck with whatever you do. It's just too much bad luck (?) I guess for you. I've never had any sort of problems with mine. Unfortunate to hear you're giving up.

edit: any post codes at all or just stuck at FF
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If I put a ram stick in slot 2 I get the D3 code and D5 in slot 4. Both are memory initializing codes.
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Im going to return most of my rig for a refund and sell the rest I think. Am gonna go i7. To much dissopointment from AMD for me
Well there's always a chance you get a dud i7 chip but if not you wont be disappointed
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Sorry read back to the original problem post. Put the one stick in the slot that will post, go into bios and load optimized defaults, then try with both stick in dual channel.

btw, have you tried to raise the cpu-nb vdd a few ticks? Have you tried slightly less dram voltage than specs call for?
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What bios version are you using? Found that 1.5b7 was the best to unlock with.

Also the CPU Voltage is actually the CPU-NB VDD Option so increasing that will increase your VCore not the CPU voltage option.

Edit - My bad its the option above that CPU VDD
Im using 1.4 right now but I have tried 1.51b, 1.54b, and 1.61b. I also had everything at stock but it seems most people that are unlocking it do raise the voltage.

So do I just raise the VDD and not the CPU Voltage??? And how much would you raise it for 3.6?
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