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Pc won't boot with both ram sticks.

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December 23, 2013 6:14:31 AM

So I just build my own pc and tried to boot it, but it woudn't boot. So I read some forums and the said that if you put only one ram stick in it would work just fine. After I had done that my pc booted and everything seemed to work properly. So I switch both ram stick and it booted with both stick, but not together. So does anyone known why my pc doesn't boot while both the ram stick are in there?

Specs
Cpu: I5 4670k
Cpu cooler: hyper 212 evo
Ram: kingston hyper X xmp beast 2400mhz
Mobo: Z87-G45 gaming
Hdd: wd black 1tb
Gpu: sapphire R9 290
Psu: seasonic 620W

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December 23, 2013 6:20:05 AM

bram make sure with one stick where the pc posting. that the motherboard has the newest bios file and that you have intel xmp profile turned on so that the motherboard can set the right speed for those 2400 speed dimms.
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January 9, 2014 2:24:47 PM

smorizio said:
bram make sure with one stick where the pc posting. that the motherboard has the newest bios file and that you have intel xmp profile turned on so that the motherboard can set the right speed for those 2400 speed dimms.


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January 9, 2014 2:27:22 PM

Great it finally boots! I just had to enable xmp profile and now it works just fine.
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