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  1. I am starting to wonder if it is due to chip revisions. I have 4003v1.1, whereas the websites that have it running at high speeds with stability have 4404v1.1 chips. I should probably RMA them to see if i get the 4404v1.1 revision.
  2. I know 5/10 is the latest beta BIOS, but which one do I need..-1, -2, or -3? I have Corsair TWINX1024-4400C25, which uses Samsung TCCD chips.
  3. I have posted over at the ram guy forums. He wants me to install the latest BIOS (beta BIOS). I know 5/10 is the latest beta BIOS, but which one is right for my ram...-1,-2, or -3? I have not found any clear explanations for the difference between these.
  4. yea ive posted on the ram guy forums, hopefully i can get some settings that work. I was starting to wonder if it was a compatibility issue between Venice and 4400c25, but seeing as you have a winnie im not so sure anymore.
  5. yea i know, i'm just saying that i did do research before buying. Besides, i would be happy just getting stable at what my RAM is rated for, doesn't have to be 310MHz.
  6. I read a lot of articles about the 4400c25, and only heard good things. I also heard good things about the OCZ VX stuff, but I did not want to mess with the heavy voltages it requires. Anandtech is one of my favorite sources for info, and they ran the 4400c25's at 1T up to 310MHz with tight timings on the LanParty board. Here is the link to that article: http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2386
  7. This blows. I bought a whole new system, including the Asus A8N-E. It didn't OC well at all, so i bought the DFI in addition to the Asus. Now I'm gonna have to buy more RAM!! This is bull crap! P.S. Anyone wanna buy a mobo and some RAM? :mad:
  8. yea ive been using that guide this whole time. I have absolutely nothing set to auto. What would you recommend for max async and read preamble? I usually have them at 8.0 and 5.0
  9. I have a 3800+ Venice, Corsair XMS TWINX1024-4400C25, and LanParty UT Ultra-D. As soon as the system was assembled, I updated the BIOS to 3/10. At default settings, the system would BSOD when entering Windows, or restart when booting from the Windows CD. After doing some reading, I found that 1T timing was the culprit, so I disabled it. That got me in, but I don't want to run 2T due to the performance hit. After doing some more reading, I found out that if you play with the DRAM Drive Strength and DRAM Data Drive Strength, you can get 1T to work, and it did. The big problem I have, is that I can not seem to get the RAM to run over 200MHZ with any decent timings. Even if i loosen things up a lot, I still can't get the system stable. I've gotten it to pass Memtest at 275MHz, and even 300MHz, but SuperPi still gives me not exact in round, and if I ignore that and start playing games, it will eventually crash. The only stable settings I have had is 200MHz with 3-5-5-10 timings!!! I have even tried BIOS 5/10 -3 which from what I have seen is supposed to be better optimized for Venice/SD cores and TCCD RAM. Someone please help!
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