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Ram will not work in Dual Channel

BlueprintJoe13
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Hi, 

 

I recently built a new PC and only 7.93 of the 16gb Usable on 64 bit windows 10. 

I have tried reseating the ram and made sure there is no dust in the slots.

 

Any ideas? 

 

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Yes it doesnt work, what is your question?

What have you done?

What is your mobo?

 

But yes, it surely doesnt work.

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I recently built a new PC and only 7.93 of the 16gb Usable on 64 bit windows 10. 

I have tried reseating the ram and made sure there is no dust in the slots.

 

Components: 

 

Motherboard: Asus Prime B450 - Plus

Ram: 2 x 8GB Cosair Vengeance DDR4

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26 minutes ago, BlueprintJoe13 said:

Any ideas? 

If your RAM is in A1 and B1 try moving to A2 and B2, or vise versa.

 

Try with no D.O.C.P. OC profile.

 

Switch the two sticks.

 

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The 2600 has the memory controller integrated on the cpu... so there is also a chance you have bent or damaged a pin on your motherboard/cpu. Which would cause your dual channel communications to have problems. <<< Seen this particular issue a handful of times over the years with both intel and amd.

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