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Blixton

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  1. Unlucky, the motherboard is brand new and I’ve been using it for a few weeks with a 8gb in the second left slot and it’s been working fine
  2. So I upgraded my old 8gb stick of ram with G.Skill Ripjaws 16gb kit, but with both sticks of RAM on the dual channel slots I don’t get a post, just a motherboard RAM error light. I took one of the sticks out, and my system boots just fine. I put both of the sticks right next to each other on the mobo, and it boots just fine (although my motherboard gives me a message to place the RAM in the “optimized” slot, yet boots up fine) picking up the full amount of memory. I benchmarked my system with this configuration and the RAM wasn’t running at its full potential. I updated my BIOS and installed some drivers on the motherboard, but it still won’t boot with the dual channel configuration. Is there something I’m doing wrong? CPU: i5 8400 Motherboard: MSI B360 Gaming Pro RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200MHz 16GB GPU: GTX 1060 PSU: EVGA 500w I’ll add that the system itself is practically brand new besides the old RAM that wasn’t being replaced until today.
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