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I bought some new RAM (Gskill 1600 16gb) to replace the RAM in my sig. They just wouldn't install (memok fails and gives a red LED). I tried to go back to my old RAM and it still fails. I'm guessing I'm doing something wrong when I'm installing/removing them.

Any ideas?
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Have you tried clearing the CMOS? The memory timings may have gotten bugged so I'd suggest resetting them.
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Have you tried clearing the CMOS? The memory timings may have gotten bugged so I'd suggest resetting them.
Tried clearing several times
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Tried clearing several times
Drats How about trying each stick individually in the slot closest to the CPU socket?
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Try each stick of ram, trying reseating the cpu, make sure all the power connectors are snug. I had this happen twice (This is my fourth P8P67 board) and both times I had to RMA them.
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Drats How about trying each stick individually in the slot closest to the CPU socket?
I think I tried them all :\\

@ehpexs, you had to RMA just for switching out RAM?!

This ticks me off. I had to take off two of the heatsinks on the A1 and A2 slots because my A70 got in the way.
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i doubt anything is wrong with your motherboard if all you did was reinstall some new dimms. Try taking out the cmos battery... then turn you computer on for about 5-10 seconds, turn it back off afterwards. Wait a few minutes and put the battery back in... clear it, and then try and boot.

This always usually works with me unless if something is physically defective
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I think I tried them all :\\

@ehpexs, you had to RMA just for switching out RAM?!

This ticks me off. I had to take off two of the heatsinks on the A1 and A2 slots because my A70 got in the way.
I RMAed the boards, that's where the problems always were. You seem to have exactly the same problems. If there's any advice I have for you, it is to phone them and get an advance RMA. Their e-mail support is terrible.
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I actually had this issue when I switched from ripjaws to vengeance sticks. Luckily I had my B3 board already on the way and swapped it then. Had the same issues, worked fine with my replacement.
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i doubt anything is wrong with your motherboard if all you did was reinstall some new dimms. Try taking out the cmos battery... then turn you computer on for about 5-10 seconds, turn it back off afterwards. Wait a few minutes and put the battery back in... clear it, and then try and boot.

This always usually works with me unless if something is physically defective
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Going to try that now. Wdym by "clear it?" I thought the process you just described was the way to clear it?

@ ehpexs, I really hope I don't have to RMA it in, that would suck. I'm still on the defected motherboards to add on to it so I guess it won't be that bad.
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