I had finally oc'd my core2 2.66 to 3.2 about a month ago. My board had been running solid for 2.5 years. One incident of bad ram a year ago, 1 stick. Crucial replaced the no problem.
Anyhow, I got a BSOD last week. Took my computer in the office to troubleshoot, memtest, failed. I found the faulty module. I removed that one. I noticed that slots 0 and 1 work fine. But 2 and 3 don't recognize ram in them anymore.
So being that the only slots that recognize ram it is in single channel only.
Did my oc kill my board?
I only changed the FSB nothing else.
I have crucial ballistix 4x2GBs
I also installed 4 brand new kingston modules, and only the first 2 were recognized!
Can this be fixed? Or could you recommend a replacement? I know LGA775 is no longer made so I looked on ebay. I saw some new LGA 775 Mobos on newegg.com, but not with Sata placement like the IP35