The newegg reviews cite issues with defective ram slots and unserviceable BIOS chips. Based on the newegg reviews, I think you'd be better off RMAing and getting another make/model board. But if you want to keep it, I suggest you run memtest86+
on each of your sticks to confirm the RAM slots and RAM are working. I use the ISO version, which I burn as an image to a CD or USB stick. Then I set the first boot device to the media.