4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 5, 2016 8:22 AM by yuukanzaki

    CPU error?

    yuukanzaki

      good afternoon.
      You are using the Phenom II X4 970 Black Editon but, but buy at the time I 4096MB memory and BIOS had been recognized, it was no longer recognized only with 4093MB if you noticed.
      Clear CMOS on the motherboard you are using GIGABYTE of GA-890GPA-UD3H (rev. 2.1), there is no change in the recognition of the 4093MB You can also use a different memory does not change even if the rewriting of the BIOS.
      Is this Will is a problem with the memory controller of the Phenom II X4 970 has occurred?

        • Re:  CPU error?
          techguy

          It appears the question is about the reported RAM capacity being slightly in error. The fact that the system is reporting 4093MB instead of the full 4096MB RAM capacity will not cause any operational issues. This is not a CPU issue, it is a mobo/BIOS/RAM readability issue, which is not uncommon.

            • Re:  CPU error?
              yuukanzaki

              thank you for your answer.

              It is to say that it is not a CPU problems.
              It is that to say that it appears like the 4093MB The use of separate memory is reasonable to think that some trouble in the BIOS or motherboard has occurred.
              Also, what the be the recognition that there is no problem in that operating the Windows even in this condition?

              Whether the memory will is there such things as settings for is displayed as 4096MB unlikely to say that is bad AP34G1608U1K so compatibility of AMD brand you are using after?

                • Re:  CPU error?
                  techguy

                  There is not an issue with the RAM either. The BIOS or operating system can improperly read the physical RAM size. The BIOS and operating system can also mark certain areas of the RAM as not responding correctly. Since a PC never uses 100% of the installed RAM, (there is always some reserved), the minute difference in RAM size reading will have no impact on the PC's performance.