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Ati radeon hd3800 conflicts with ram

Hi there. im running windows vista ultimate 64bit. i have eight gigabytes of corsair ram on my intel dx48bt2 mobo and a qx9770 cpu. the graphics is a ati radeon hd3800. microsoft ran a diagnostics on my system running it buy remote and the test came back that the ati card was the problem and that it was conflicting with the ram. before i got in touch with microsoft i took out 4gig of ram and the system booted up very fast, but as soon as i put in the other four gig (total 8 gig) the system boots like a slug. i did swap the ram about to make sure that it was`nt the ram and that was fine. intel have bench tested the board and all the ports and everything on the board was fine they also tested the cpu and that was fine. i have flashed the bios and done all of the bios updates. all the components have been updated. please please help im at my wits end!! many thanks in advance. D

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  • redhaymann Feb 25, 2009

    hi all. the ram im using is ddr3 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 1.6v

  • Chuck May 11, 2010

    as i said before you will have problems running all 4 sticks at rated speed that is why the Nehalem processor came out with triple channel and put the whole memory controller inside the actual CPU. you must slow the memory down manually in bios to ddr800 speed and you might be able to stay at the 9,9,9,24 settings. try this as well as bumping up the voltage on front side bus (FSB). if i were u i would just stay with 2 sticks of ram.

  • Chuck May 11, 2010

    most likely filling up all slots and all that memory is probably bottlenecking your system. You will probably be faster just leaving two sticks in there. Or if you really need the four try to up the voltage on them and relax timings. so if your timings state on the modules like 7-7-7-21 try to go to 9,9,9,24 and see how that helps. also might want to bump up the voltage on fsb as well.

  • Bob
    Bob May 11, 2010

    By chance are you using 1600 MHz memory? What are the memory specs?

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Just a shot in the dark here maybe you're power supply needs a little more power to support that video card + 8 gigs of ram + all other peripherals you use

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