Do you have the newest BIOS/UEFI for your motherboard?
Have you manually set all of your RAM's Timings/Frequency/Voltage to what is listed on the memory stick's sticker?
Also, with that much RAM I have found that my 1090T liked it best when my CPU/NB was set to 2600MHz or higher to stabalize it out.
Clear your CMOS first, then try the above with one stick and see if it helps....if it does then slap the other one in there as well, but make sure that you are populating the correct memory DIMM slots (per your manual).
FYI: the 1090T's IMC officially supports up to 1333Mhz, but I ran my rig at 1800Mhz stable with 4x2GB sticks installed.
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