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New mother board new ram system won't boot

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November 1, 2013 8:15:02 PM

I got new motherboard Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2PT, it's ram compatibility is 1333 o.c. And the tested/recommended speed of Corsair Vengeance DDR3 4 GB

(CMZ4GX3M1A1600C9) is 1333 Mhz. So, I bought these products when I put them together system won't boot. Only thing I can notice is system and cpu fan turns on of cyclically. I have tested the mother board with another 1333 Mhz ram everything works fine. Is there any solution for this ?

Cpu: Intel core 2duo e4500
os: windows 7

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November 1, 2013 8:44:49 PM

Return the memory and choose a model and brand from Gigabytes recommended list? Also you can try setting the memory parameters in the bios. It could be that the default settings are incorrect. Be sure the memory voltage is setting to 1.5v. You can have the bios adjust for one of the XMP profiles for a quick test. Last idea is you may need to update the bios to recognize this memory. Give Gigabyte a call they are very helpful.
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November 1, 2013 9:22:47 PM

Dogsnake said:
Return the memory and choose a model and brand from Gigabytes recommended list? Also you can try setting the memory parameters in the bios. It could be that the default settings are incorrect. Be sure the memory voltage is setting to 1.5v. You can have the bios adjust for one of the XMP profiles for a quick test. Last idea is you may need to update the bios to recognize this memory. Give Gigabyte a call they are very helpful.


thanks dogsnake I'll try to update bios and check for 1.5 v and I have no idea of xmp thing . I'll call up those guys and ask for help
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