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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Quote Originally Posted by Gangifilms View Post
    I believe it is settings, my computer sometimes wouldn't post because the ram didn't have enough voltage going to it. So I think with proper settings it will shock life into it.

    If you think about it, memtest recognized 12GB...and so does windows 7 but only 4gb is usable?

    I will post my BIOS in 4 hours.
    Hope so, bent pins means RMA, so hopefully it's just your settings which it easily can be!

    Even with improper settings 6GB can do the same thing

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    All my specs are at the beginning of this topic, I think I will edit my sig to put them in it. It's G.Skill Ripjaws

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Posting bios soon, got the pictures. I will do my sig, I went into the resource manager and it said it was reserving 8 GB in bios. I checked in bios and it detected all the dimms however it says only two dimms are active and enabled.

    Sounds like I need more power to enable them...because I don't wanna remove the heatsink ;)

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    lots of folks have had issues with g-skill ram not registering the full amount,i know they released a revised version cant remember whether it was the ripjaws though,again a voltage tweak might cure things for you
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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    It's nothing to do with power, either settings or faulty memory/bent pins.

    Yes and wazza said, PLEASE tell me these are not the G.Skills with red heatsinks

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Black heatsinks, The red ones I didn't go for because they weren't my style.

    Here's a link to them, they are supported by the UD9...


    Newegg.com - G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 6GB &#40;3 x 2GB&#41; 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 &#40;PC3 16000&#41; Desktop Memory Model F3-16000CL9T-6GBRH


    Also didn't go for dominators because there heatsinks were to large. My noctua fan fits perfectly above the ripjaws.

    rofl one review is only reading 4gb of ram.

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Made my signature, pictures incoming.

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Sorry I forgot you said ripjaws anyway! The red ones I am referring to are ones with the normal flat type heatspreaders.

    Please use the template for your settings, it's much easier for use to read and advise back that way

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    Default Re: $5,000 Gigabyte i7 980x PC: Configuring BIOS and Overclocking CPU / RAM

    Going on a film shoot in 30 minutes, I only have time to throw these pictures up for now. Then I will fill out the template, BIOS is still new to me so it would take quite a bit of time to fill out that template because I don't understand a lot of the terms or where to find them.

    However I took pictures of all my bios settings.

    Here is a link to the album I posted in... BIOS SUPREMUSMAXIMUS pictures by Gangifilms - Photobucket


















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