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I have always seen that the motherboard RAM slots are colored in pairs, but never knew what it meant. I just put the 2 RAM in, and after a few tries it always worked. But after I tried to install a third one it always throws me a blue screen of death. Is there an order how should I install RAM to the board? What do the colors mean?


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Yesterday I purchased an Asus Maximus VII Ranger motherboard, and 2 RAM bars Kingston 8GB each, 1600Mhz.
I have a couple of questions.
I did that but the computer would recognize only 8MB I am using Win7 64-bits which I reinstalled red and black ram slots following the change in motherboard.
I suspected that one of the RAM bars may be defective so I swapped them.
After swapping, the computer would not boot.
Worse, I swapped them back to original position and while before the PC would boot and run normally although showing 8GB of RAM onlynot the PC doesn't even boot at all and I get an "FE" QCode which I think is not referenced in the manual, not that I could see anyway.
PC runs smoothly and showing the correct 16GB.
Now that my PC is running fine and showing the correct 16GB of Ram, I am reluctant to try anything further and I do not plan to install further RAM bars.
Will such RAM have noticeable benefits over my DDR3-1600Mhz?
One area where I "think" the 3200 will help is when encoding DVD into MP4.
But I am not sure.
Jean PS: this motherboard is awesome!
DIMM A1 and DIMM See more means you are using a red and black slot if im correct.
This'll mean you aren't running them in dual channel I believe, which makes you lose about 4% performance.
Moreover, RAM issues are frequently caused by bent motherbord socket pins.
Did you install the processor correctly?
I also suggest you RUN memtest86 for a few hours with 1 stick at a time, just to make click sure your RAM is indeed not faulty.
The PC booting doesn't mean the RAM is completely free of errors : RAM with speeds above 1600 to 1866 is quite pointless.
On AMD boards it can greatly increase the speed of the IGPU Onboard GPU but for Intel it's rather useless.
Maybe when doing a lot of file encoding or transfering gigantic files, but for gaming and everyday use it's just destroying money really!
The ram slots are connected to the cpu via flag black creed ubisoft 4 game assassins launcher cpu socket.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent pins in the cpu socket.
Especially since you've verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Thanks for the responses guys.
Ok I'm gonna run memtest86 to be sure.
After posting I realized there's a thread on the subject of bent CPU pins a little bit below.
I'm not that comfortable fooling around with the Red and black ram slots so may be I won't do anything, if all I can hope for is 4% more in performance.
Ok I won't spend more money on higher frequency RAM bars then.
JemTheWire, using the 2 Red memory slots is what doesn't work.
Are you running XMP profile 1 to make sure the RAM is running at the correct settings?
Stinoo can you clarify what is "XMP profile 1"?
I just googled that but I'm not sure I understand.
Is it a software?
There is this link here but it's not red and black ram slots what I should do.
To enable XMP simply enter your bios and go to the Extreme Tweaker menu then under Ai Overclock Tuner select XMP.
There is no point fiddling with XMP settings if the stick of ram is not even detected by the uefi.
You should really inspect the cpu socket for bent pins.
Best to find out for sure if that's the cause.
This happens often enough for it to be a separate checkpoint in the manual before you install the CPU.
If you have a different M7 motherboard I'm sure it can be located on a page with a similar number.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent pins in the cpu socket.
Especially since you've verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Ah you are linking towards my thread, I indeed managed to fix the bent pins although it is not an easy job.
The RAM modules are faulty and have errors; 2.
The motherboard was DoA Dead on Arrival and should be returned; 3.
The RAM modules are not compatible with the chosen motherboard Although nowadays this happens way less often ; and 4.
One or more motherboard socket pins are bent and not making contact with the placed CPU.
Three of those are checkable: - Try to run memtest86 to look for RAM errors just to be sure.
If the RAM is fine, there's another problem which is motherboard related.
It seems you can boot just fine and your system is running just fine right now.
Therefor it is compatible, else it wouldn't get past the bios.
Now this leaves two more options: either a motherboard that had dead DIMM slots to begin with OR you somehow bent some pins.
If you really want to get to the bottom of this you, sadly, have to remove your processor from the socket and inspect for any bend pins.
If no pins are bend then your motherboard is probably faulty and should be returned.
If pins ARE bend then I would carefully place the processor back and take your loss; it's really risky to mess around with pins : Good luck red and black ram slots let us know what you have tried or which solutions you want to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom of this!
I will run memtest86 overnight my time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Stinoo, appreciated the detailed response.
I will run memtest86 overnight my time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Do you have another set of RAM sticks?
If you do and know they are working fine and test whit your motherboard and its same problem then inspect socket pins.
I bet thats the problem.
Good luck and let us know what you have tried visit web page which solutions you want to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom of this!
I do not have spare RAM bars to test the slots so I got to run memtest86, full cycle which took a long time, like 12 hours I think?
At the end, there was 0 error.
So I guess my RAM bars aren't defective.
I have decided to leave it as that and not try to fix it.
Since Red and black ram slots do not plan to add more RAM bars, at least for now, there seems to be more downside trying to fix the CPU pins, than upside.
I now do remember that when I installed the CPU in its socket.
I kind of "dropped" it from above a little bit nonchalantly.
I should have been more careful.
Thanks all for the responses.
Jrkob that sounds like a wise decision.
If it aint broke, don't fix it.
Although I guess its partially broken, but right now everything is fine : Also I guess 16GB of ram will be sufficient for the upcoming red and black ram slots, unless you do some major virtual server stuff or insane calculations.
But for most users 16GB of ram is more, more, more than enough!
I must say I am quite curious what the problem is right now, but I suspect a bend pin.
There are quite some socket pins that are connected with communication towards the RAM slots.
Mine also had this problem and it were indeed the pins.
But you could also be unlucky and have a partially DoA motherboard - noone knows for sure now!

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Yesterday I purchased an Asus Maximus VII Ranger motherboard, and 2 RAM bars Kingston 8GB each, 1600Mhz.
I have a couple of questions.
I did that but the computer would recognize only 8MB I am using Win7 64-bits which I reinstalled completely following the change in motherboard.
I suspected that one of the RAM bars may be defective so I swapped them.
After swapping, the computer would not boot.
Worse, I swapped them back to original position and while before the PC would boot and run normally although showing 8GB of RAM onlynot the PC doesn't even boot at all and I get an "FE" QCode which I think is not referenced in the manual, not that I could see anyway.
PC runs smoothly and showing the correct 16GB.
Now that my PC is running fine and showing the correct 16GB of Ram, I am reluctant to try anything further and I do not plan to install further RAM bars.
Will such RAM have noticeable benefits over my DDR3-1600Mhz?
One area where I "think" the 3200 will help is when encoding DVD into MP4.
But I am not sure.
Jean PS: this motherboard is awesome!
DIMM A1 and DIMM A2 means you are using a red and black slot if im correct.
This'll mean you aren't running them in dual channel I believe, which makes you lose about 4% performance.
Are you running XMP profile 1 to make sure the RAM is running at the correct settings?
Moreover, RAM issues are frequently caused by bent motherbord socket pins.
Did you install the processor correctly?
I also suggest you RUN memtest86 for a few hours with 1 stick at a time, just to make entirely sure your RAM is indeed not faulty.
The PC booting doesn't mean the RAM is completely free of errors : RAM with speeds above 1600 to 1866 is quite pointless.
On AMD boards it can greatly increase the speed of the IGPU Onboard GPU but for Intel it's rather useless.
Maybe when doing a lot of file encoding or transfering gigantic files, but for gaming and everyday use it's just destroying money really!
The ram slots are connected to the cpu via the cpu socket.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent pins in the cpu socket.
Especially since red and black ram slots verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Thanks for the responses guys.
Ok I'm gonna run memtest86 to be sure.
After posting I realized there's a thread on the subject of bent CPU pins a little bit below.
I'm not that comfortable fooling around with the CPU so may be I won't do anything, if all I can hope for is 4% more in performance.
Ok I won't spend more money on higher frequency RAM bars then.
JemTheWire, using the 2 Red memory slots is what doesn't work.
Are you running XMP profile 1 to make sure the RAM is running at the correct settings?
Stinoo can you clarify what is "XMP profile 1"?
I just googled that but I'm not sure I understand.
Is it a software?
There is this link here but it's not clear what I should do.
To enable XMP simply enter your bios and go to the Extreme Tweaker menu then under Ai Overclock Tuner select XMP.
There is no point fiddling with XMP settings if the stick of ram is not even detected by the uefi.
You should really inspect the cpu socket for bent pins.
Best black widow slot machine jackpot find out for sure if that's the cause.
This happens often enough for it to be a separate checkpoint in the just click for source before you install the CPU.
If you have a different M7 motherboard I'm sure it can be located on a page with source similar number.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent pins in the cpu socket.
Especially since you've verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Ah you are black butler online game towards my thread, I indeed managed to fix the bent pins although it is not an easy job.
The RAM modules are faulty and have errors; 2.
The motherboard was DoA Dead on Arrival and should be returned; 3.
The RAM modules are not compatible with the chosen motherboard Although nowadays this happens way less often ; and 4.
One or more motherboard socket pins are bent and not making contact with the placed CPU.
Three of those are checkable: - Try to run memtest86 to look for RAM errors just to be sure.
If the RAM is fine, there's another problem which is motherboard related.
It seems you can boot just fine and your system is running just fine right now.
Therefor it is compatible, else it wouldn't get past the bios.
Now this leaves two more options: either a motherboard that had dead DIMM slots to begin with OR you somehow bent some pins.
If you really want to get to the bottom of this you, sadly, have to remove your processor from the socket and inspect for any bend pins.
If no pins are bend then your motherboard is probably faulty and should be returned.
If pins ARE bend red and black ram slots I would carefully place the processor back and take your loss; it's really risky to mess around with pins : Good luck and let us red and black ram slots what you have tried or which solutions you want to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom of this!
I will run memtest86 overnight red and black ram slots time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Stinoo, appreciated the detailed response.
I will run memtest86 overnight my time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Do you have another set of RAM sticks?
If you do and know they are red and black ram slots fine and test whit your motherboard and its same problem then inspect socket pins.
I bet thats the problem.
Good luck and let us know what you have tried or which solutions you see more to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom of this!
I do not have spare RAM bars to test the slots so I got to run memtest86, full cycle which took a long time, like 12 hours I think?
At the end, there was 0 error.
So I guess my RAM bars aren't defective.
I have decided to leave it as that and not try to fix it.
Since I do not plan to add more RAM bars, at least for now, there seems to be more downside trying to fix the CPU pins, than upside.
I now do remember that when I installed the CPU in its socket.
I kind of "dropped" it from above a little bit nonchalantly.
I should have been more careful.
Thanks all for the responses.
Jrkob that sounds like a wise decision.
If it aint broke, don't fix it.
Although I guess its partially broken, but right now everything is fine : Also I guess 16GB of ram will be sufficient for the upcoming years, unless you do some major virtual server stuff or insane calculations.
But for most users 16GB of ram is more, more, more than enough!
I must say I am quite curious what the problem is right now, but I suspect a bend pin.
There are quite some socket pins that are connected with communication towards the RAM slots.
Mine also had this problem and it were indeed the pins.
But you could also be unlucky and have a partially DoA motherboard - noone knows for sure now!

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I did that but the computer would recognize only 8MB I am using Win7 64-bits which I reinstalled completely following the change in motherboard.
I suspected that one of the RAM bars may black widow machine jackpot defective so I swapped them.
After swapping, the computer would not boot.
Worse, I swapped them back to original position and while before the PC would boot and run normally although showing 8GB of RAM onlynot the PC doesn't even boot at all and I get an "FE" QCode which I think is not referenced in the manual, not that I could see anyway.
PC runs smoothly and showing the correct 16GB.
Now that my PC is running fine and showing the correct 16GB of Ram, I am reluctant https://agohome.ru/black/isle-casino-hotel-black-hawk.html try anything further and I do not plan to install further RAM bars.
Will such RAM have noticeable benefits over my DDR3-1600Mhz?
One area where I "think" the 3200 will help is when encoding DVD into MP4.
But I am not sure.
Jean PS: this motherboard is awesome!
DIMM A1 red and black ram slots DIMM A2 means you are using a red and black slot if im correct.
This'll mean you aren't running them in dual channel I believe, which makes you lose about 4% performance.
Are you running XMP profile 1 to make sure the RAM go here running at the correct settings?
Moreover, RAM issues are frequently caused by bent motherbord socket pins.
Did you install the processor correctly?
I also suggest you RUN memtest86 for a few hours with 1 stick at a time, just to make entirely sure your RAM is indeed not faulty.
The PC booting doesn't mean the RAM is completely free of errors : RAM with speeds above 1600 to 1866 is quite pointless.
On AMD boards it can greatly increase the speed of the IGPU Onboard GPU but for Intel it's rather useless.
Maybe when doing a lot of file encoding or transfering gigantic files, but for gaming and everyday use it's just destroying money really!
The ram slots are connected to the cpu via the cpu socket.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent red and black ram slots in the cpu socket.
Especially since you've verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Thanks for the responses guys.
Ok I'm gonna run memtest86 to be sure.
After posting I realized there's a thread on the subject of bent CPU pins a little bit below.
I'm not that comfortable fooling around with the CPU so may be I won't red and black ram slots anything, if all I can hope for is 4% more in performance.
Ok I won't spend more money on higher frequency RAM bars then.
JemTheWire, using learn more here 2 Red memory slots is what doesn't work.
Are you running XMP profile 1 to make sure the RAM is running at the correct settings?
Stinoo can you clarify what is "XMP profile 1"?
I just googled that but I'm not sure I understand.
Is it a software?
There is this link here but it's not clear what I should do.
To enable XMP simply enter your bios and go to the Extreme Tweaker menu then under Ai Overclock Tuner select XMP.
There is no point fiddling with XMP settings if the stick of ram is not even detected by the uefi.
You should really inspect the cpu socket for bent pins.
Best to find out for sure if that's the cause.
This happens often enough for it to be a separate checkpoint in the manual before you install the CPU.
If you have a different M7 motherboard I'm sure it can be located on a page with a similar number.
The main cause for non-working ram slots are 1 or more bent pins in the cpu socket.
Especially since you've verified that both sticks of ram work in other slots.
Ah you are linking towards my thread, I indeed managed to fix the bent pins although it is not an easy job.
The RAM modules are faulty and have errors; 2.
The motherboard was DoA Dead on Arrival and should be returned; 3.
The RAM modules are not compatible with the chosen motherboard Although nowadays this happens way less often ; and 4.
One or more motherboard socket pins are bent and not making contact with the placed CPU.
Three of those are checkable: - Try to run memtest86 to look for RAM errors just to be sure.
If the RAM is fine, there's another problem which is motherboard related.
It seems you can boot just fine and your system is red and black ram slots just fine right now.
Therefor it is compatible, else it wouldn't get past the bios.
Now this leaves two more options: either a motherboard that had dead DIMM slots to begin with OR you somehow bent some pins.
If you really want to get to the bottom of this you, sadly, have to remove your processor from the socket and inspect for any bend pins.
If no pins are bend then your motherboard is probably faulty and should be returned.
If pins ARE bend then I would carefully place the processor back and take your loss; it's really risky to mess around with pins : Good luck and let us know what you have tried or which solutions you want to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom red and black ram slots this!
I will run memtest86 overnight my time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Stinoo, appreciated the detailed response.
I will run memtest86 red and black ram slots my time and see if any problem with my RAM bars as a starting point and will report here tomorrow morning.
Cheers, Do you have another set of RAM sticks?
If you do and know they are working fine and test whit your motherboard and its same problem then inspect socket pins.
I bet thats the problem.
Good luck and let us know what you have tried or which solutions you want to try!
You could now either think 'Well, it's working just fine now so why bother' or 'I want to get to the bottom of this!
I do not have spare RAM bars to test the slots so I got to run memtest86, full cycle which took a long time, like 12 hours I think?
At the end, there was 0 error.
So I guess my RAM bars aren't defective.
I have decided to leave it as that and not try to fix it.
Since I do not plan to add more RAM bars, at least for now, there seems to be more downside trying to fix the CPU pins, than upside.
I now do remember that when I installed the CPU in its socket.
I kind of "dropped" it from above a little bit nonchalantly.
I should have been more careful.
Thanks all for the responses.
Jrkob that sounds like a wise decision.
If it aint broke, don't fix it.
Although I guess its partially broken, but right now everything is fine : Also I guess 16GB of ram will be sufficient for the upcoming years, https://agohome.ru/black/play-black-spiderman-games-online.html you do some major virtual server stuff or insane calculations.
But for link users 16GB of ram is more, more, more than enough!
I must say I am quite curious what the problem is right now, but I suspect a bend pin.
There are quite some socket pins that are connected with communication towards the RAM slots.
Mine also had this problem and it were indeed the pins.
But you could also be unlucky and have a partially DoA motherboard - noone knows for sure now!

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I have always seen that the motherboard RAM slots are colored in pairs, but never knew what it meant. I just put the 2 RAM in, and after a few tries it always worked. But after I tried to install a third one it always throws me a blue screen of death. Is there an order how should I install RAM to the board? What do the colors mean?


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I am a bit confused regarding which ram slots are optimal for running dual channel memory.
In the sent with the mobo and also on the asus website it shows the recommended slots are the black ones.
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If your system is doing what you need it to do then there is no need to change your bios at all.
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I just changed my ram from the black slots to the reds out of curiosity.
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But next time I am in there I may do so.
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I am a bit confused regarding which ram slots are optimal for running dual channel memory.
In the sent with the mobo and also on the asus website it shows the recommended slots are the black ones.
In the it now says the recommended slots are the red ones.
On the granted that is the extreme and I have the Hero it also says the red slots.
Was the original guide a misprint?
Or does the slots change when you update to the latest bios?
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On a separate note, I am running on the stock bios and never bothered to update as I happily have my 4770k 4.
Did not see anything worth updating to in the new bios, unless I am wrong someone can please enlighten me.
To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.
Any ideas as to why the sudden change?
I red and black ram slots have never realised if not for that Maximus VI Extreme Performance Tuning Guide + talking with a friend afterwards.
Also if anyone else can chime in regarding this + the bios question, it would be much appreciated Oops missed the second question.
If your system is doing what you need it to do then there is no need to change your bios at all.
To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.
I thought they were all the same, and Linus usually advise use the slots farther the cpu.
To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.
What is T-Topology trace rounting?
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I just changed my ram from the black slots to the reds out of curiosity.
I actually found that in the black slots they were roughly 0.
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But next time I am in there I may do so.
It is a possibility that the person updating the manual got confused with the maximus extreme and whalesong games black dollars the red slots over the black red and black ram slots which is what is recommended in the original manual.
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In general, two slots of the same colour are on different channels, and the way you've put it seems to be logical. Assuming the system supports a mix of dual channel and non dual channel ram, the two blue sticks are working in dual channel mode, and the stick in the black slot isn't.


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Or does it not matter at all? I have (2) 2gb rams. My Asus P5Q-Em has 4 slots. 2 yellow and 2 black. Currently installed on the yellow, but was thinking I should use the black slots 1st right?


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So I just bought 4 sticks of RAM, and my RAM slots go: White, black, white, black.
I tried putting my RAM in, and they fit perfectly in the white slots, but I cannot get them to fit correctly in the learn more here slots.
What red and black ram slots I doing wrong?
Update: I am quite the noob, so here is what my manual says: 400-MHz PC2-3200 and 533-MHz PC2-4300 DDR2 unbuffered SDRAM non-ECC Does this mean what you said?
Like, I can just use two different types and basically only have 2 usable slots?
Best Answer: It sounds like your motherboard is a hybrid designed to accomidate two types of RAM.
You cannot use both types of RAM at the same time and subsequently the slots are different.
You can only use 2 ram slots at a time.
Check the slots on the bottom of each ram stick.
The slots will only allow you to put the ram in one way, so if you have the turned around, it will not fit.
Or it could be as Mercuri says, that it takes two different types of ram.