Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
If the same problem happens with the other channel and I assume your Windows installation is not an upgrade then you might be facing a motherboard problem.
Guess I'll just have to go to the tech shop down the street and see if they'll let me troubleshoot with another CPU just to eliminate that as a possibility. Then call Gigabyte and ask what freaking tests they actually did on my board because nothing is fixing my situation. Thanks for your help axe0.