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Need Advice .. Maximum memory performance Issue !!!?

HP Z800 base model workstation
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello there,

My machine is HP Z800 base model workstation

  • Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5670 @ 2.93GHz (2 processors)
  • Motherboard : Hewlett-Packard 0AECh - Socket 1366 LGA
  • 32GB - M393B5170FH0-CH9Q5 Samsung 4gb DDR3 1333mhz Pc3-10600 240-Pin Ecc Reg - 4GB X 8

When i run HP PERFORMANCE ADVISOR and get my ram report  says :

"During startup, HP Performance Advisor found the following potential issues with the configuration of this computer:
    Memory
Maximum memory performance is achieved through a balanced configuration of memory spread evenly across all active memory channels. When there is more than one DIMM slot per channel, fill the inner layer closest to the CPU before adding memory to an outer layer.
•    Unpopulated memory channel - Memory bandwidth is maximized by utilizing all memory channels; one or more channels in this system have no memory attached."
 

and when i desided to install Memory  i went to Z800 manual to know what is the corrct way to install 32GB to the Dimms .. and i`ve found that table . and i did it as they told me .

 

 

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- so i need to know, what i should do to correct this issue ?

....................................................................................................... Bestb Regards .

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Unpopulated memory channel - Memory bandwidth is maximized by utilizing all memory channels; one or more channels in this system have no memory attached."

 

Does the OS and BIOS see 32 GB installed?

 

That error message would seem to indicate that one of the modules you have installed is faulty.

 

Try removing one module at a time while power is off and then powering back on to see what the HP Performance advisor tells you.




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