Software Tuning, Performance Optimization & Platform Monitoring
Discussion around monitoring and software tuning methodologies, Performance Monitoring Unit (PMU) of Intel microprocessors, and platform monitoring

Have a beeping problem with new ram memory.

pinger_d_
Beginner
138 Views

i think its about performance of computer.

Have a beeping problem with new ram memory - 4gb. 

beeping , and no display.

Mother board: https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/www/us/en/motherboards/desktop-motherboards/desktop-board-dg41wv.h...

According to this, my destop board could accept memory stick, but pratically not.

Ram sticks  : http://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/KVR13n9s8_4.pdf

I have two of these rams and both news. I dont think they are broken.

I  just put one in A place , not two in A and B place , because in information was written max - 4gb.

Now pc working with 2x1gb ram sticks. 1333 Mhz  Memory default (5-5-5-15)

Any suggestions,questions or solutions of problem?

Someone has write that:

"And you are right, it supports DDR3-1066/800 - not 1333

It was just a pure chance that your 1 GB 1333 MHz modules worked - sometimes higher frequency RAM will downclock and run - that does not mean that all 2 GB 1333 MHz should work. This is why you are hearing the beep and having other problems.

Please change over to either 1033 or 800 MHz RAM per Intel board specs. Then you can use 2 x 2 GB modules for a total of 4 GBs.""

It can be or not? Please help. :)

 

Untitled.jpg

0 Kudos
4 Replies
pinger_d_
Beginner
138 Views
Bernard
Black Belt
138 Views

Hi pinger

This is not proper forum for your question.You should ask this question on motherboard manufacturer forum.

pinger_d_
Beginner
138 Views

could you send link where should be this topic?

Bernard
Black Belt
138 Views
Reply