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  1. #11
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    i will now. i changed the rams to B1,B2,C1 AND i can see 6ram. then i change it back to A1,B1,C1 and 4 gigs. strange
    COOLERMASTER HAF 932 ~ OCd Intel® Core™i7-950 3.8GHz ~ ASUS® P6X58D-E ~ 6GB KINGSTON HYPER-X TRI-DDR3 1600MHz ~ 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX460 ~ 640GB WD6400AARS SATA 3 Gb/s 64MB CACHE ~ Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB ~ CORSAIR 850W PSU ~ COOLIT ECO A.L.C ~ IIYAMA E2472HD 24" LED WIDESCREEN and COD4 :P

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    i moved it to B1,B1,C1 slots and im using dual channel now. is there any difference in triple channel ?
    COOLERMASTER HAF 932 ~ OCd Intel® Core™i7-950 3.8GHz ~ ASUS® P6X58D-E ~ 6GB KINGSTON HYPER-X TRI-DDR3 1600MHz ~ 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX460 ~ 640GB WD6400AARS SATA 3 Gb/s 64MB CACHE ~ Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB ~ CORSAIR 850W PSU ~ COOLIT ECO A.L.C ~ IIYAMA E2472HD 24" LED WIDESCREEN and COD4 :P

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    For triple channel operation you should install your 3 memory modules into the primary slots A1-B1-C1 (blue?)
    as you say this is only showing 4GB you could have a faulty module or a faulty slot.
    To test this try one module at a time in slot A1 if they all show 2GB then the modules & that slot are ok.
    Now try one solitary module in slot B1 then slot C1.to test those slots are ok.
    If all showing ok,you may need to update the bios,
    The memory configurations will be shown in the motherboard manual.

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    oh i mean B1,B2,C2 SLOTS BEFORE.

    well, thats what i said. A1 and A2 slots dont work !
    COOLERMASTER HAF 932 ~ OCd Intel® Core™i7-950 3.8GHz ~ ASUS® P6X58D-E ~ 6GB KINGSTON HYPER-X TRI-DDR3 1600MHz ~ 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX460 ~ 640GB WD6400AARS SATA 3 Gb/s 64MB CACHE ~ Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB ~ CORSAIR 850W PSU ~ COOLIT ECO A.L.C ~ IIYAMA E2472HD 24" LED WIDESCREEN and COD4 :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darko View Post
    oh i mean B1,B2,C2 SLOTS BEFORE.

    well, thats what i said. A1 and A2 slots dont work !
    In that case you should phone PCS.

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    i think i fixed it. i change the XMP to manual and overclocked to 3.8ghz. testings shows ok. now the ram is on dual channel 6gb. i use prime95 to see how it goes.
    COOLERMASTER HAF 932 ~ OCd Intel® Core™i7-950 3.8GHz ~ ASUS® P6X58D-E ~ 6GB KINGSTON HYPER-X TRI-DDR3 1600MHz ~ 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX460 ~ 640GB WD6400AARS SATA 3 Gb/s 64MB CACHE ~ Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB ~ CORSAIR 850W PSU ~ COOLIT ECO A.L.C ~ IIYAMA E2472HD 24" LED WIDESCREEN and COD4 :P

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    i run prime95 about a couple of hours, i was at my friend's house and when i came back i saw on the screen a box saying "ur computer recovered from unexptected shutdown". i opened results.txt and i see all tests passed from
    [Fri Oct 07 14:22:47 2011] till
    [Fri Oct 07 17:28:42 2011] on self test

    i really dont know why it rebooted. i dont know even if it was from any updates or something
    COOLERMASTER HAF 932 ~ OCd Intel® Core™i7-950 3.8GHz ~ ASUS® P6X58D-E ~ 6GB KINGSTON HYPER-X TRI-DDR3 1600MHz ~ 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX460 ~ 640GB WD6400AARS SATA 3 Gb/s 64MB CACHE ~ Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB ~ CORSAIR 850W PSU ~ COOLIT ECO A.L.C ~ IIYAMA E2472HD 24" LED WIDESCREEN and COD4 :P

 

 

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