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post #22 of 56
Just wondering why his is so much different then mine?
Augh NVM! its reporting his 4GB




Edited by BinaryBummer - 4/3/10 at 5:04am
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There might be something going on with the memory shared with the graphics card. My system is sharing 2gb with a PNY Geforce 210. I am investigating this further and will get back to you if I find any new info.
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Nah dude Windows reports 4 gigs sometimes, and sometimes it only reports 2. The problem is even when it reports 4 gigs it always has 2 gigs as hardware reserved and not usable.
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Did you read the link to the EVGA forum I posted in page 2.

There seems to be a few other areas others are covering too.
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Yes, I've read that link lol. That's my post over there...

I think I just figured it out, I'll copy and paste what I posted there...

Ok, correct me if I'm wrong here..If I'm reading that pic correctly that means the MB is layed out like this..

LEFT CPU SOCKET RAM 2 1 4 3 RIGHT

Now, I've had my ram in slots 1 and 3 that was correct. What I just realised is I've thought that slot 3 was slot 1. So when I tested each stick indivudually the PC would still boot up.

After seing that pic though I realise slot 1 is actually in the middle. So guess what. I tried using each stick individually in slot 1 and neither stick would manage to boot the PC up...

It's only after I put 1 stick in slot 3 that the PC will boot up.

So, more then likely I'm looking at a bum slot and need to RMA the board. Right?
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Originally Posted by Hexa View Post
Yes, I've read that link lol. That's my post over there...

I think I just figured it out, I'll copy and paste what I posted there...

Ok, correct me if I'm wrong here..If I'm reading that pic correctly that means the MB is layed out like this..

LEFT CPU SOCKET RAM 2 1 4 3 RIGHT

Now, I've had my ram in slots 1 and 3 that was correct. What I just realised is I've thought that slot 3 was slot 1. So when I tested each stick indivudually the PC would still boot up.

After seing that pic though I realise slot 1 is actually in the middle. So guess what. I tried using each stick individually in slot 1 and neither stick would manage to boot the PC up...

It's only after I put 1 stick in slot 3 that the PC will boot up.

So, more then likely I'm looking at a bum slot and need to RMA the board. Right?
Definitely looks like your slot 1 crapped out on you. Although if I were you, I'd RMA both the board and the RAM to be safe, haha.
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Sounds like it but I would look in the Mobo book to hammer it down! Also as he mentioned you may want to RMA both if thats the issue to be safe.
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I would memtest each stick for 4 passes just to make sure my RAM is good. Then i'd RMA the board.

Also, is your RAM rated to run at 1.65v?
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I would memtest each stick for 4 passes just to make sure my RAM is good. Then i'd RMA the board.

Also, is your RAM rated to run at 1.65v?
I've always wondered why people test each stick. If you tested both sticks and Memtest comes up with errors, wouldn't that mean one or both of your sticks were bad? Because most manufacturers want both sticks of RAM for an RMA anyway.
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