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Ram Memory not show but Ram slot is ok Ram is ok.

ram memory Dram

Best Answer phillpower2 , 26 November 2023 - 04:12 AM

My ASUS P8Z77-V-LE motherboard  Your MB specs here show that it does not recommend the use of three sticks of RAM, see attachment below as well. Three sticks can sometimes work but w... Go to the full post »


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My ASUS P8Z77-V-LE motherboard have 4 Ram Slot , Every Slot is working good . I try to one by one every slot is working pc run smoothly. 
Ram Slot Diagram (Black-Blue-Black-Blue)
 
Ram Use Diagram { setup (Black-Blue)-Black-Blue)} = not working 
 
Ram Use Diagram { (Black-Blue - setup(Black-Blue)} = not working 
 
Ram Use Diagram { (setup Black)-Blue - Black-(setup Blue)} = working good 
 
Ram Use Diagram {  Black-(setup Blue - Black) -Blue)} = working good 
 
Ram Use Diagram {  Black-(setup Blue) - Black -(setup Blue)} = working good 
 
Ram Use Diagram {  (setup Black)- Blue - (setup Black) -Blue)} = working good 
 
I have 3 Ram , Previous time I use 3 Ram same Pc Parts same motherboard . How to solve this problem ? 

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My ASUS P8Z77-V-LE motherboard

 

 

Your MB specs here show that it does not recommend the use of three sticks of RAM, see attachment below as well.

 

Three sticks can sometimes work but when it does it has a detrimental effect on the RAM performance in that it disables dual channel meaning that the RAM can only work in single channel which is 50% slower than dual channel, 800MHz as opposed to 1600MHz for example.

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