I just built my PC and having trouble with my computer recognizing all 12GB of my memory...My specs are as follows: Case:
LIAN LI PC-P80 Mobo:
GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD9 CPU:
Intel Core i7-980X 3.33GHz Heatsink:
Lapped Noctua NH-D14 120mm/140mm/120mm - Three fans! Thermal Pad
: Indigo Extreme RAM
: 12GB of G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 6GB (3 x 2GB) GPU:
EVGA GeForce GTX 480 PSU:
SILVERSTONE ST1500 1500W SSD OS/APPS:
Crucial RealSSD C300 HDD / GAMES:
600 GB Velociraptor 6 GB/s HDD
: 5 HDD's in Raid 5 for Scratch Disk: 1TB Samsung
Spinpoint F3 Blu-ray:
Pioneer Black Blu-ray DVD Lightscribe:
PLEXTOR 24X DVD/CD OS:
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Fan Controller:
Sunbeam Rheobus Extreme
Here is a link to the main thread I am posting in: http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/5-00...cpu-ram-40303/
And here is a link to an album of pictures of my bios: http://s960.photobucket.com/albums/a...PREMUSMAXIMUS/
I think the problem is the settings are not correct so my PC is not recognizing any of it! Please help!
I had basically the same trouble with some Patriot ("gamer series")....never really got stated timings out of it....never recognized all 24gb, at the correct clocks....
However, my kingston hyper-x seems to work at all timings and never shows up short....
I think that the ud9 doesn't like certain rank layouts....
I have tried a few other Patriot kits and had some similar findings....
I had some of patriots sector 5 sticks (12gb worth).....6gb posted just fine and clock all the way out to 2500+ at 9-11-9-30....but everything went whacky at 12gb.
On the flip side I have had kingston KHX2000cl8 run 12gb all the way out to 2100+ with clocks of 9-9-9-24....and my current layout is kingston hyper-x 1600cl9 (24gb)....will clock out to 1780+ at 8-9-9-26 and run stable all day....and always sees all 24gb
I am not sure that this applies to G-skill (have not tested any), but I think it does show that certain bank/row layouts are more/less likely to work on the ud9
I also had some issues with ADAT ram on the ud9....xpg2.0's acted very strange...
so far the best luck I have had on the ud9 has been with kingston (hyper-x) and Corsair GTX
the Corsair did post at full speeds and was stable....and showed all 12gb.....but never did like an extreme o/c
the ud9 seems to be a picky m/b....