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Default F3-17000CL11Q2-64GBZLD-ASUS RAMPAGE 4 BLACK EDITION-INTER I7-4930K adnormal reading

F3-17000CL11Q2-64GBZLD-ASUS RAMPAGE 4 BLACK EDITION-INTER I7-4930K

Everything was working fine then I noticed a slow down in performance, checked everything found that CD Ram slots were read ADNORMAL, Asus forum came up with nothing, any ideas from someone smarter than me.
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