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    Dual Channel issues with 3700x

    Is anyone else still experiencing the C5 error when trying to boot with dual channel RAM? With Bios 2501 I could SOMETIMES boot with dual channel. But with 2703 I can only boot with a single stick in the furthest slot from the CPU. Any suggestions on a workaround perhaps?

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    make sure to install your ram into A2* and B2* slots, check the user manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poloskie View Post
    Is anyone else still experiencing the C5 error when trying to boot with dual channel RAM? With Bios 2501 I could SOMETIMES boot with dual channel. But with 2703 I can only boot with a single stick in the furthest slot from the CPU. Any suggestions on a workaround perhaps?
    If the ram is set in correct slots, with bios 2501, you have to set the ram boot voltage in Digi+. It should match DOCP or whatever ram voltage you use. It was a bug with that bios version.

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