D9's work great on that board. You may want to see if those ram work in another board.
I have many kits of D9's and they all work fine in the Gigabyte UD3 boards. The UD3 boards do however have a couple divider problems. I believe the 400 strap is a little off.
but then it would end up failing and making me wish i never got the mobo
some times it would run then when I changed a setting in bios it would
do the loops but never finally boot stuff like that and awhile back I swapped
some cheapy OCZ into my comp and my ram into my moms when I had
her bring the thing over and each of the sticks ran flawlessly in each comp
only problem was the cheapy ocz wasn't even 800 mhz was 600 or something
and I could barely get it to 800 hindered my clocks quite a bit so when that
memory was installed I updated the bios from F4 to F9 and put my ram back
in and its ran fine for some time then failed yesterday night when I turned it
on after shutting down for a night..
So it seems to just be something with my board and those sticks?
if not and you know something that could possibly fix it before I buy
some new ram much would be appreciated.
Also I have no other form of DDR2 to test with any more that memory
I was using is now back in florida...