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Old 05-28-2011, 01:38 PM   #11 (permalink)
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So I had the RAM in the wrong freaking slot...what a dope. Grr one board RMAd, for no reason. Hopefully they still credit the purchase...
The manual for that mobo is incorrect. When I followed the manual I was running in single channel as it said that slots 1&3 were one channel and 2&4 were one channel. Asus's site says it is 1&2 and 3&4 which is correct.
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See my latest post, power supply was likely killing my motherboard or GPU and causing strange noises in my case

I had Logisys, I wouldn't give Diablotek ANY more credit

Spend the $$$ go Thermaltake/OCZ in the VERY least Raidmax
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See my latest post, power supply was likely killing my motherboard or GPU and causing strange noises in my case

I had Logisys, I wouldn't give Diablotek ANY more credit

Spend the $$$ go Thermaltake/OCZ in the VERY least Raidmax
If you are going to give advice on power supplies at least read the PSU Guide and learn what brands are worth a crap, mate. I would use an OCZ (not my first choice by any means), but that would be the only one of those mentioned in your post.
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Raidmax is just another crappy power supply.
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