02-19-2017 07:28 AM
02-19-2017 11:23 AM
02-19-2017 11:28 PM
02-20-2017 12:47 AM
Had same problem with code 55 , updated bios and no luck.
Resolved by using just 2 memory slots to B channel and A Ch unused...
With benchmarks it can grow score alot if dual channel memory but in most application operation its not as significant as applications process data and not only continuously copy.
02-20-2017 06:25 AM
This is pretty much what he is saying, using B channel only, however this is a work around and not a resolution. I'm thinking he wants to use all 4 slots.
Im with pulling the CPU and checking. Not sdo much as bent pins as warped PCB. These chips are getting so thin that it only takes a little too much pressure and the outer corners will bend upwards. Had a similar incident and when I pulled the cpu and laid it across a straight edge the upward bend was more than obvious. Wasnt too difficult with just a little pressure to bend it flat again. Just have to be careful you dont snap it. Ive heard of others using a heat gun/hair dryer to heat it up first then bend it back. If it get bent a substanial amount it will bend the pins down too, recovery from that is slim to none. I liked the old days where the pins were on the CPU, those were easy enough to fix and realign with a little effort.