Originally Posted by Bi2on
I don't think this is a compatibility issue (someone correct me if I'm wrong).
More likely there is eighter something wrong with the memory or the MoBo itself. Did you try to boot with only one stick of RAM in the slot on the right?
That may tell us little more where the problem is.
Are you looking at 16GB of ram now?
Look up the set I'm running. Might go little future proof with them. FX platform will most likely support DDR1866 natively.
As far as DOCP - i was never a fan. I would try setting it all up manually. Let me know if you need any instructions for that. Might be that the OC profile is messing it all up. How was your ram recognized when you left on AUTO in bios anyways? Did CPU-Z showed correct values than?
I think it is the problem with the RAM. I did boot with one stick of RAM put in all the way at the right, I tried each and they all booted normally on AUTO but DOCP would give it the no memory detected beeps.
For me, if it is at least 8GB of RAM then I'm alright with it, but it shouldn't give me any problems. Are your ram cards recognized in CPU-Z just as the way it should? Would the ram cards that I am looking at be stable and work with my CPU, 'cause it says that it's for Intel.
For manual ram setting, I'm not into doing that , too many things to change. That's why I only prefer the CPU and GPU to set manually for overclocking. When I left it on AUTO my ram was showing DDR3-1066, PC3-8500 and 533.5mhz, in the Bios. CPU-Z also showed the same correct values.Edited by raemen - 10/3/11 at 7:22pm