Ok, so ive been having unexplainable problems with my Gigabyte GA-X38-DS5 so got a Asus P5K Deluxe to replace it. Put it all together this afternoon only to find that the board will not POST with my RAM (see System Spec) and ive tried every stick (4) in every slot (4) OR the slots are toast, which they shouldnt be as this P5K was reconditioned at Asus. Anywho ive been on the net and it seems to be that my RAM requires too high a voltage then what the default settings of this board are able to give (and they wont just auto adjust), resulting in 1 longish beep and 2 very short sharp beeps which means "RAM Error". And also when it beeps repeatidly that also means there some type of memory error but i havent got this. I'm able to test all the slots with lower speed and lower voltage RAM this evening to see if it will make it POST but its my mates machine that i built so my question is, if i put his RAM and it works then thats great but if I need to crank up the voltages and save the settings so my RAM can go in will that damage his RAM in anyway? Unless i can change the voltages settings to Auto or something... but will that allow my RAM to work? Or should i just set it to what it should be? Cheers all.