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    Brian@ASUS
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    why do you have to pay a restocking fee? where did you purchase your board from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatal05 View Post
    So i just Got this Motherboard, i love it, athestics to the over all power... But one issue. I bought 3 matching Dominator GT modules 1866Mhz with 8-9-8-24 timings. Worked fine for a few days ALL 6Gb posted, but now only 4gb posts, i bought different type of memory, supported ones on the Certified Memory List. But it still does the same thing. I updated the bios, still the same. I am running my i7 930 at @ 4ghz at 1.24 V. Could i have damaged the Memory Controller on the CPU? or is it the motherboard that is faulty? please help me.
    never played with asus iii extreme but this is pretty common and can be related to various factors - all factors and solutions are outlined at http://i4memory.com/ramdetect - 2 common ones are cpu socket pins/cpu heatsink mounting and/or incorrect optimal voltages - cpu vtt and vdimm relationship.

    proper settings can do wonders for memory clocks and stability


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