Have you tried using (just) two sticks (one in each channel)? If this works, you may have a situation where four sticks cannot be supported because of DIMM organization (I am guessing; I could not find any organization (x8, x16, etc.) details for these DIMMs).
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Could you please provide me with your RAM part number?
You will need double-sided memory modules to use 4 sticks of 4GB with this motherboard.
You can see the supported memory configurations here:
You can also see the Tested memory at that same link.
Hello I have the same mobo and the same issue. While testing the RAM with the system restarts immediately.
I am using this RAM: CML8GX3M2C1600C9R
I hope there is a solution other than buying new RAM.
Thank you in advance
You are attempting to use low voltage memory on a board that was designed and released before low voltage memory even existed.
If you can borrow some other memory that will allow you to get it operating, to go into BIOS Setup and take the memory configuration out of automatic (which is trying to make it run 1600 @ 1.35V) and lock it in manual so it will always run 1333 @ 1.5V, you may then be able to get this memory to run. I am not optimistic, however...
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Try accessing the BIOS and press F9 on your keyboard to set your BIOS to defaults and then press F10 to save the changes and let the system restart. If the problem persists try one RAM at a time and try updating the BIOS to the latest vision, please follow the BIOS update instructions.
If you still have the problem after the troubleshooting provided above I suggest trying different RAM or to choose one of the RAMs from the link I posted above.