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Thread: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

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    New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    Yesterday i have installed the AMD FX6100 on this motherboard. Along with this i have also installed the 16gb (4x4) of 1600 DDR3 RAM. The memory is on gigabytes list and board supports FX 6100 (using F3 BIOS). Even after all this i cannot able to get signal strength on the monitor. Nothing appears on the monitor. Seems like i haven't installed the RAM yet.

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    It cannot be due to the full configuration of the memory banks? That would be logical. It may be that suddenly becomes unstable under full loading of the Ram. This may well be stable enough for the CPU operation, but a GPU is much more sensitive, because the more clearly to the memory accesses. May well be that the driver changes the storage and handling, therefore causing the problem. The driver should be no problem, because Llano may indeed up to 32GB.
    So I tend to type of the ram. The manufacturer optimizes its Ram for Intel CPUs generally yes, so it may be that the problems on AMD makes.

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    According to the latest BIOS it hardly needs to be questions that will surely have installed. So the BIOS shows the BOOT less correctly? What does Windows?

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    I am not an overclocker, I can "stabilize" the RAM in the BIOS and operating system with 16 GB?

    Right now, all settings are auto, but also recognized correctly.

    The RAM is a fairly conservative

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    If the motherboard is not with the auto settings and now you will probably do nothing more than the left hand set of things? Only 3x2GB is not a problem, I've just tested. Each car to everything in the BIOS. Now Become a bit with the values which you have given me to play and then get back to me with the results. So I am again, I've tried out the recommended setting. Unfortunately, with little success. With the same 8GB and 12GB partially settings were identified. There is no discernible system behind it. I do not know what slow. If I only have 3 bars in it, he recognizes 6GB good only if all six are in it he makes problems.

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    GSKILL always innovating and researching new products and we have been the first to analyze these reports in our laboratory. And with no less than 16 GB of RAM in 4 modules of 4 GB. Something that has not been seen, and although most of the boards do not support more than 8 GB. This kit of 16 GB have been recognized without problems on my Gigabyte X38 DQ6, which was 8 GB maximum amount of RAM, according to manufacturer's specifications.

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    Re: New build using Gigabyte GA-880GMA-USB3 and AMD FX 6100 does not show 16Gb RAM

    If programs are not designed to take advantage of all that memory and you put more ram and more ram will only make the machine remains trick and bulging with no benefit ... is newbies fighter ram this whole beyond the 4 gb.

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