Originally Posted by Atomic Rooster
Apparently the Bloodrage doesn't natively support memory running at 1600MHz. You'll need to "overclock" the system to get the memory to run at it's rated speed.
It looks like you need to go into the Quantum BIOS and set the Over Clock Phase Select to Enabled. Then you can set the CPU Clock vs Memory Speed to Manual O.C. You can then set the set the ratio between CPU Clock and Memory Speed giving you the correct memory speed.
Hey, thanks for the help, how do I get/set the "ratio between CPU Clock and Memory Speed"? My CPU is stock, I've never overclocked so I'm a little lost in here. Also, I wanted to note that I tried 1333Mhz, but the same happens.
Originally Posted by JogaBonito1502
Can you get some pics of your BIOS? I have no idea what a X58 BIOS looks like.
Sorry, I dont have pics, and can't find my cammera power cord, but some pics can be found in the manual: