Question Problem with RAM

carlossanchissalas

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Hello everybody!

I have a problem with my new ram ... I had 2x2GB KINGSTON KVR1333D3N9/2G DDR3 1333MHZ on my ASUS P7H55D-M PRO and recently I decided to put another 2x2GB KINGSTON KVR1333D3N9/2G to get 8GB.
(I bought 3 new ones, because I did not understand what was happening)

The computer recognizes them, but at the time or when starting a program the computer shuts down completely and then turns on again... (NO BSOD) I have tried without the two new RAMS and the computer works perfectly, even buy another RAM to rule out failures in the new modules and nothing, remains the same... All RAMS are equal.

Can somebody help me? Thank you and sorry for the bad English!

SPECS:
Windows 10 - x64
Intel Core i7 870 @ 2.93GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750TI
800W Generic Powersupply

Tried:
  • Change thermal paste
  • Clean motherboard and components
  • Change powersupply
  • Change SATA cable
  • Ram combinations:
• 2x2GB (✓)
• 3x6GB (✓) with one of the new RAM's, with others no...
• 4x2GB (X)
 
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carlossanchissalas

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I tried to combine the old rams with the new ones with 4GB it worked, but when adding the 8GB it was reinitiated after being turned on, I also tried with 6GB - 3x2GB and it also restarts after being on, only works with only one of the 3 new RAM's that combination, and I don't no why...
could you try one new ram module with a old one in dual channel and how bios detect them .àif they work good try to had the other set in and if it restart would try a cmos reset .
 
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