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4x4GB 1866MHz Kingston RAM on Asrock 970m Pro3


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#1 kyriuch

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 12:35 PM

Hello. So I had my computer running 2x RAMs 4GB 1866 MHz from Kingston but this was problematic. Sometimes it couldn't pass through POST procedure and so after running computer there was only a black screen. I thought maybe one of RAM cards was broken so I dissambled one and voila. It turned out that sometimes it could run 2 RAMs, sometines not. I bought new 2x RAMs 4GB 1866 MHz by Kingston and noticed the same behaviour. It led me to searching through Internet. I read that this can be a problem either with CPU or with motherboard. Some post I found in Internet told me I should increase CPU/NB Voltage and DRAM Voltage in BIOS but it didn't help. Now computer sometimes boot on 1 RAM, sometimes on 2, never on 3 or 4. I wanted to ask if you maybe know what can I do in order to get working 4x 4GB 1866 MHz.

 

Motherboard: Asrock 970m Pro3

CPU: AMD-FX 6300

RAMs: Kingston 4GB 1866MHz 4x

 

My default DRAM Voltage is 1.585 when I set it to auto.

My default CPU/NB Voltage is 1.1 when I set it to auto.



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#2 hamluis

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 02:32 PM

You need to test your RAM sticks...and your motherboard slots, as suggested in the following guide.

 

Memtest86+ Guide-How To's - Overclockers Forums - http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=409152

 

http://www.wikihow.com/Test-PC-RAM-with-MemTest86

 

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 01:15 PM

How do you have the modules populated?

 

The DIMM slots are labeled DDR3_A1, DDRC_A2, DDR3_B1, DDR3_B2.

 

The suggested population is seen below.

 

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