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Very intresting. I just ran across this article tonight. This might be the reason why my motherboard isn't stable with 4/4 dimm slots being used!

http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php/topic,2515.msg14907.html#msg14907

I'm going to reinstall the memory and try it again lol

Also I read in another thread, that increasing the NB voltage slightly can help with stability.
    
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You are better off not trying to run your RAM above 1333 Mhz. when using an AM3 Phenom or Athlon CPU.
If you do so, you run the risk of system instability and even damaging the Memory Controller on the CPU. If, like me, you have invested in 1600 Mhz RAM, you will actually benefit from running your RAM at 1333 Mhz and tightening the timings. You also gain better performance by slightly overclocking your CPU. If, however, you do overclock your CPU, it is stongly recommended that you purchase a good quality 3rd party CPU heatsink to aid CPU cooling and also remember that officially, neither Gigabyte or AMD support overclocking of their products.
I nearly closed the page reading this. DO NOT EVEN TRUST THIS GUY. RAM speed scaling, I have seen myself, worsens below 1600Mhz. It takes 1333 at CL7 to catch up with 1600 at CL9 - actually it's slightly behind. Meanwhile 1600 ~CL7 can play catch with 2000 at CL9, which is a much bigger speed difference. Only if you have a C2 revision CPU will you ever have problems with 1600Mhz.

I mean, what is this, LOOK AT THIS BS:
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If you do manage to get your RAM running over 1333 Mhz., your system can appear to be fine and might even pass Memtest and other benchmarking utilities successfully. However, AMD have discovered that, in certain scenarios, the system may fall over after a period of use, depending on system usage and if you are stressing the CPU. This normally indicates a problem with the Memory Controller and you may need to replace your CPU if this happens.
This shouldn't happen with increased RAM speed. Voltage definitely, but RAM speed, I don't see how it's even possible. Besides, in any such case if this BS is indeed true, you could give your CPU-Nb voltage a boost.

You are on an E0 revision 1090T. You should have zero problem running 4 DIMMs; all you may need to do is up the CPU-NB (IMC) voltage to be able to cope with it. Look at my sig.... does it look like I have a problem!?
Edited by xd_1771 - 3/29/11 at 1:41pm
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The article states Athlons and Phenoms...not Phenom II or Athlon II..is there a difference in the IMC?

OP-perhaps there is an iffy solder join and,as heat builds,the contact is made firmer? RMA,if you have had enough of it.
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 3/30/11 at 2:35am
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Well I finally solved this one guys. And it was a very simple fix as well. After doing more extensive searching in forums for people who have my same exact problem. I found a thread in the G.Skill forums, where a G.Skill Tech, stated that increasing the NB voltage to 1.40v is a must if I'd want to run 2, 2x2GB (8GB Total) RAM Kits Stable. So I did that and I still got BSOD's.

I did some more research and found out that increasing the CPU/NB voltages a bit can help immensely with stabilizing the RAM, since the CPU's NB has something to do with the Memory Controller. And without it increased, the reason I was getting BSOD's was because the Memory Controller was overloaded.

EDIT: Nevermind. BSOD after a record of almost 2 hours running flawlessly. Then boom random BSOD chain begins once again. Sending back this damn cursed memory ASAP.
Edited by OceanSide08 - 3/30/11 at 10:46am
    
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Yeah, I had similar results. I just sent my RMA off as well. Hopefully we both just got some bad RAM :\\
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I think the G.Skill tech was talking about the CPU-Nb voltages, and yes, it should help. The CPU-NB voltage is the memory controller voltage.
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Was this issue ever resolved?

having same issue, posted in another thread.
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