I went to the Corsair Web Page and under I7 Memory, TW3X4G1333C9A memory, is not listed. Please make sure that the memory you have is LESS than 1.6 Volts. There are numerous warning in the DX58SO literature about Memory voltage over 1.6 Volts not being advisable.
- I found these Specs on a UK web site so if they are true, the memory should have the correct voltage.
- Density: 4GB (2x2GB Module)
- Speed: 1333MHz
- Timing: 9-9-9-24
- Type: DDR3
- Format: DIMM
- Pin Out: 240 Pin
- Voltage: 1.5V
hope that i can make it after i chage their voltage to 1.5v, thanks.
i have change the voltage 1.54v to 1.5v, but still the same.and the most strange is my ram is 9-9-9-24,
but in CMOS show is 8-8-8-20, what is the problem?
Your memory voltage is OK as long as it is below 1.6 volts.
The UK web site indicates that the voltage of your chips is 1.5 volts so you are all right. By changing your memory voltage to 1.54 volts, you have overclocked your memory.
Set your memory back to the 1.5 volts UNTIL you get your problem figured out.
I would start with 1 module in the slot furthest from the black slot and see if the problem continues. If it doesn't continue, then add a second chip in the slot next to the first one you installed and check again. and so on and so on.
Nope, i didn't do the overclock to my system, in the cmos, the ram voltage show 1.54v.
i got try to put 2GB, 2GB, 2GB, 1GB, it can works
but if i put 2GBx 4 pieces, it can not boot
I apologize, I assumed that you had set the voltage to 1.54V
As for this memory problem are all of the memory modules, the 4 2Gb and the 1Gb from the same manufacturer?
You know what, I would call Corsair Technical Support and ask if the Corsair TW3X4G1333C9A memory is compatible with the Intel DX58SO. My next step would be to call Intel Customer service.
Sorry I can't offer more.
no need to apologize, the 1GB is different manufacturer.
even i plug only 1 piece 2GB D3 to the 4th DIMM, it also can not boot.
it only can boot on another 3 DIMM
You do know that these Memory slots HAVE to be populated in a certain order, depending on the number of chips you install. With the furthest from the black memory slot being #1 and the numbers increasing by 1 as you move towards the black memory slot. depending on the number of chips you install you would populate them in 1,2,3 order. I don't believe that the black memory slot will work at all unless the memory slots 1,2,3 are populated. As for the 1 Gb chip being a different manufacturer, there may be a timing issue difference between this one and the other 3.