- Jul 23, 2010
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|System Name||i7 Zanderige Brug|
|Processor||Intel i7 2600k @ stock cuz current mobo sucks!|
|Motherboard||p8h77-v le (temporarily)|
|Cooling||ThermalTake FRIO 2x2500 rpm 120mm fans P&P effect|
|Memory||4 x 4gb corsair XMS3 DDR3 1333 mhz|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GTX570 Twin Frozr III OC @ 930/1860/2000|
|Storage||1x Samsung 600gb (HD642JJ) 1 x WD 1.5 tb (WD15ears)|
|Case||CoolerMaster Elite 310|
|Audio Device(s)||Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2 SE|
|Power Supply||Antec High Current Gamer 900watt|
|Software||Win 8 Enterprise N|
|Benchmark Scores||non done yet.|
Ok I now have installed 4 more GB's of The same Kingston Hyper X ram as I had in my system before , KHX8500D2T 1K2/4g X 4 sticks . Here is the big problem it will not run at 1066 MHz . Why ??? It acts as if it wants to boot but hangs . I even set every thing to stock speeds and tried it like that , no go . It runs at 890MHz or even 800 MHz just not 1066 . Is this becasue I have all 4 slots occupied ?
it's possible your mobo only supports ddr2 800 speeds check on the mobo's vendor site.
you can try to manual set the timmings according to the sticker on the ram
don't touch the ram voltage because it should be able to run @ default voltage.
if that does not work you can try to install just 1 or 2 sticks... just remember to always put the sticks in dual channel configuration, if using more then 1 mem stick
if all that still does not work you can try a bios update, sometimes it's required for running more then 2 mem sticks