Originally Posted by esa193
are your mem settings right?
are they getting enough voltage?
Modules say 1.8V and that's what it says on load up screen.
Originally Posted by worshipme
If your system is overclocked, it may be placing too much strain on the north bridge, so you will either need to increase the NB voltage or take your OC down a notch.
If your system is not overclocked, flashing your BIOS may help like Superman suggested.
Another possibility is that perhaps just one of your slots isn't working properly, try with 3 sticks in different slots etc.
I was messing with these sticks a few days ago before I OC'd a bit.
I also tried 2 in dual channel in both scenarios where it would work.
Like if it was A1 B1 A2 B2
I put them in A1 and A2; and B1 and B2
It recognized them in both so its not the slots.
Originally Posted by Tommy Boy
Is the new ram dual channel or no? Do you have your settings set accordingly?
Yeah my computer recognizes it but doesn't boot up.
I don't feel like messing with my computer anymore if the RAM gets recognized then I guess it'll work on a different build.
If not I didn't pay for the memory.
Just cbf messing up my only computer lol.