since i have seen that some thread sometimes remain unanswered for quite a long time, and i am really impatient, i hope you forgive me when i bug you with my thread here:
Will the Xporter 32GB Rage USB (PEF32GRUSB) work with Mac Tiger OS 10.4.11 operating system? I know the Xporter XT Boost 32 GB (PEF32GUSB) will work since you have all the system requirements listed on that page, but you failed to list the system requirements for the Rage. That is important to know or you will have lots of returns with people with older systems who want your products. I wish to buy in the next day or so. will you email me? Tom 3/15/12 email@example.com
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Hi can you please help me with my RMA? I made a thread about my situation in your RMA forums and still haven't received any responses. I'd love a number to call or an email address that will respond to my situation. I've seen you help other members out in the past and am hoping you can push things forward here for me.
Thanks in advance,
Patriot_Ben: I am new to the forum, and my question has been in a previous thread. I recently installed 24Gb Viper II Sector 7 DDR3 1600 memory in my system, which is an i7 930 CPU on a Gigabyte X58-UDR3 mobo. If I use the XMP profile, only 12 GB is usable. If I manually set the frequency to 1333, only 16 Gb is useable. At 1066, all 24 Gb are useable. Additionally, when there is less than 24 Gb useable, it is Channel B that is affected.
1) There were 2 packs of 3 4Gb modules. Should the modules in each pack be placed in the same slot of each channel?
2) Assuming that it does not matter which modules are in which channel and slot, how do I get my system to recognize all 24 Gb at 1600 MHz, or is the trade off quantity of memory for speed?
Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Please note that I was previously using 12 Gb (6 x 2GB) of Corsair Dominator memory, and had no issues.
David S. Naden
Patriot_Ben, could you ask if my e-mail was read ?