Originally posted by Flying-Squirrel
Well I tried a 256 stick of Crucial crap ram that a guy at work lent me and my computer started right up as though nothing was wrong at all.
Neither of the other sticks work but this one works perfectly and so did my Corsair ValueSelect ram that I had before. All I can think is that my two new sticks of ram are defective or my MOBO isn't compatible with OCZ but that doesn't make any sense because both companies state that they are compatible with one another and on the dfi-street.com forum they recommended this ram as good OCing ram for this MOBO.
Any other thoughts or should I simply RMA the RAM as quickly as possible so that I can get up and running again. Should I RMA for replacement RAM or should I look into RMAing for a refund and get different RAM? I thought this RAM would be perfect for my system.
I meesed with a lot of computers. sometime a mobo just don't like a certain kind of ram. I've had this happen on boards that they were suppose to be compatible with.
that said, I still send that ram back and get a different brand