That board is picky about the RAM, I have 2 in the office right now, bot are being shipped tomorrow.
One has 2 x 512MB GEIL 3200 Value, works fine.
The other has 2 x Crucial 512MB 3200 Value, also fine.
......... and OCZ Premier 3200 2 x 512MB.
However, Kingston seems to depend on the actual chips on the Module, I had it running with 2 different PC3200+ 256MB Kingston modules perfectly, but the Samsung RAM was flaky.
I have nothing against Kingston, far from it I have used loads more Kingston RAM than any other manufacturer, however, Kingston use various RAM chip manufacturers, but all of the modules have the same code.!!! beware.
I would suggest GEIL, or Crucial as a replacement, as GEIL make their own RAM chips AND modules, and Crucial, use Micron RAM (parent company) and as such wont likely ship modules with other manufacturers RAM on.
I hope what I have said is clear, and understandable, it's not Kingston, not MSI, not AMD, it's the specific chips on the Kingston module.
PS: Great mobo, I have built using 4 boards, RAM problems on the first one, perfect on all others.
Main PC, P180, CM Silent Pro 500M, i5 3570k @ 4.2Ghz, 8-GB @ 2,000MHz, 256 GB Samsung 830, 500-GB 7K500, MSI 660Ti Twin Frozr, PC is super quiet :o
Server, 6-TB RAID-5 array, + 2 x 2-TB backup drives, 380W Enermax Pro82+, 4x very quiet fans, positive pressure only, no exhaust fans
Living Room PC, 3500+, 2-GB RAM, HD501LJ