Thanks, that's a good start. Testing the RAM is going to be a bit time consuming. Please confirm this is your board. > http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3449#sp
Test #1. Only tests if the stick is so bad it won't work, does not test for errors.
Please ensure to take anti static measures, and switch off the PSU when working on the computer.
Tests slot #1.
Use a marker pen and number the sticks 1 to 6. Mark an envelope, Test one.
Insert stick 1 in slot #1 and power on. , if OK write stick 1 OK on the test sheet.
Remove stick 1 and insert stick 2 in slot #1 and power on, Do the same with all 6 stick marking down the result.
New envelope marked Test two.
Insert stick 1 in slot 1 and stick 2 in slot #3, power on and write down result.
Test #3. New envelope.
Stick 1 in slot 1, stick 2 in slot 3, insert stick 3 in slot #5. result.
Stick 1 in slot 1, stick 2 in slot 3, stick 3 in slot 5, insert stick 4 in slot #2. result.
Remove stick #3 from slot #5 and inert it into slot #4. result.
Insert the last two sticks, (5 and 6) into slots #5 and #6. result.
Can you beg borrow or steal a known working PSU?
When testing, take note of the temp LEDS at top, just left of the RAM slots.