|09-10-2010, 05:47 AM||#17|
Join Date: Aug 23 2010
Location: South west Norway
By rolandjnYour English is not a problem i understand you quite well.
Sins i am Norwegian, English is my second languish to, so i cheat some times and use Google translate,
I really hope the heat sink is your problem. Having the cpu cooler mounted correctly is weary important. hope you have the parts that you need. The back plate is important to distribute the weight of the cpu cooler.
also pleas check the cpu pins with a magnifying glass and good light, the EVGA guys have even put a youtube vid of the bent pin problem.
And pleas report back. I monitor this forum nearly every day.
|18-10-2010, 07:41 AM||#18|
Join Date: Oct 18 2010
I had the same problem - 12GB detected as 8GB or 4GB but all showing with CPUID.
Check your CPU specifications on Intel's site. My i7-980x shows memory spec of 1066MHz - I was using 1333MHz memory set to auto in BIOS.
Changed to 1066MHz in BIOS - Bingo! 12GB detected every time!
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