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  • F1-3200PHU2-2GBNS Weird issues

    I just purchased the ram set and cannot get the ram to work by itself. I can however get the ram to work if i add a old 512 chip, basically In have to install the two new chips and a old chip to get the computer to boot. I have looked for updates for the bios none exist from gigabyte. In bios I can only change the voltage setting by a plus 0.1volts. I have a gigabyte gs-8sg800p motherboard. Is this ram set compatible with the mother board.

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    Believe it should, yes


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      I heard it from the manual. It tells you which slots to put the modules into to enable dual channel mode. If you just put two matching sticks in slot 1 & 2, and another matching set in slot 3 & 4, dual channel isn't enabled, and it indicates that on boot. To enable dual channel you put matching sets in slots 1 & 3, and 2 & 4. I haven't tried running them sequentially because it wouldn't be in dual channel mode and I'd rather get RAM that can run in dual channel if I was going to do that. The thing that's strange with what happened is the modules would actually be damaged after running for a few weeks together. The last time I tried them together I ran memtest every couple days for over a week and it took 2-3 weeks for this to happen. I was hoping someone knew some definitive information about this problem, as I've read a few similar stories over the years and it was always blamed on a bad board or bad RAM, but clearly it's not bad RAM, and I have my doubts it's a bad board because it can run either of the brands by themselves without issue.
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      Last edited by zimaak; 10-05-2018, 10:46 AM.

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