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[RAM] Dual channel problem in laptop


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#1 kosky333

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 02:34 PM

Hello,

I have problem with dual channel in my laptop. Therefore, when i put 1 SODIMM bone to one of two slots (8GB, 4GB, 2GB) computer starts with no problem. System is stable. While i put 2 SODIMMS, for example 2x2GB, 2x4GB, 1x2GB and 1x4GB, bios is loading and crashes for about 10 seconds (the video shows it):
https://youtu.be/rviryTjIORI

I sucessfully get to BIOS, which detect 6GB RAM (because i put 1x2Gb and 1x4GB of course) -> screen in attach.
I have to say that every chip was tested in memtes and it works in other DELL computer.

 

 Problem appears only when i put 2 SODIMM chip in slots - dual channel mode on motherboard.

Laptop:
ASUS K53SJ (Core i3 2310M, DDR3 1333MHz NVIDIA GT 520M, Intel® HM65 obsługujący ponoć do 16GB ramu)
RAM bones that i have:
2x4GB kingston - kingston DDR3-1600MHz (PC12800)
2x4GB Kingston - hynix DDR3-1333MHz (PC10600)
2x2GB Elpida - elpida DDR3-1333MHz (PC10600)
1x4GB Elpida - elpida DDR3-1333MHz (PC10600)

Thanks in advance for any advice.

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#2 YeahBleeping

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Posted 25 March 2015 - 03:53 PM

Does it work with 2 sticks of the kingston memory?  I read a few posts that state the problem is the intel graphics driver that starts up windows doesn't like the memory.  I suspect the pc 10600 memory is not compatible with the laptop.  and the Crucial memory finder all shows pc3-12800 ddr3 1600 1.3 volts as compatible memory. 



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Posted 25 March 2015 - 04:44 PM

Maybe you're right, but unfortunately i lent these bones to my friend, tommorow i check this out.

But on the other hand, why this intel hd 3000 do not like memory 10600? All because of volt ?



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Posted 26 March 2015 - 03:18 PM

laptop do not work with pc-12800, 1.35 VOLT. Only 1333 MHz is supproted by the chipset






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