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  1. Hi, I just got a Soprano case too and was trying to hook it up last night. I found this thread through a search. I'm wondering if anyone can confirm if this is the correct way to hook up to the Karajan module? Thanks
  2. I think you will be very pleased with your choices. The XP-90 will do as good as a "half decent" water cooling kit with alot less aggravation and money.
  3. http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/Per...nce_Series.html OCZ 1GB (2 x 512MB) PC3200 Dual Channel Gold Series BH5 EL-DDR CAS2.0 (MY-054-OC) 107.50
  4. Personally I would get this G.Skill 1GB DDR LE PC4400 (2x512MB) Dual Channel Kit (F1-3200DSU2-1GBLE) (MY-005-GS) . If you're not overclocking get some OCZ PC3200 OCZ 1GB (2 x 512MB) PC3200 Dual Channel Gold Series BH5 EL-DDR CAS2.0 (MY-054-OC)
  5. These work on 6800 series. Not sure for 7800. You could email and ask. http://www.dangerdenstore.com/product.php?...9&cat=67&page=1
  6. Here's a good recommendation for your memory http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.p...673&postcount=9
  7. Wow that review says it really does outperform his watercooling. I don't know how legit that review is but I can't wait to give this thing a try.
  8. I don't know about the OCZ. All I have is Gskill ram. They don't have any heat spreaders so that maybe why they fit. Also just looking at the 9500 in the box, it's taller than it is wide. So the ram slots shouldn't come into play. I will confirm that for you later
  9. I have a Zalman 7700 on my SLI-DR. I can even take out/put in ram in the first slot. Don't know why yours wouldn't fit. I recieved my Zalman 9500 today but havn't had time to take it out of the box. When I get time later I will take it out of the box and report back how it compares to the 7700 size wise.
  10. This states otherwise http://www.dfi-bios.tk/ But the -3 has worked for me either way.
  11. Psitech rma this board and the memory and start out fresh again. I have some tccd 2 x 256 Gskill PC 4400LE you can borrow and try if you can't get your hands on any. I bought them from Nutcase at BBR. I havn't tried them but I'm certain he said he ran them in a DFI NF4 board. I have the same memory in mine except they are 2 x 512. If you can still rma the memory with New Egg see if you can swap it for some OCZ. I apaologize about the recommendation of the power supply. Its on the recommended list http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread...er+supply+guide but apparently that list wasnrt put together by a DFI rep. As far as the power supply is concerned I can't help you there. It certainly wouldn't hurt to try another if you can get one to try. From what I can gather (I'm a noob too) is RGone is saying the power supply and memory boith could be the culprit. The power supply could not be stout enough to deliver the high voltage the redlines need. Once you clear the CMOS one or both od the Redlines don't want to get by on low voltage so it fubar's your motherboard to where it won't do anything. It's too late to swap memory at that point. RGone please correct me if I misinterpreted.
  12. I would at least try other ram (like on the intial install) before you upped the voltages on a new board. I would try different ram on a new board from the start. Do not up voltages. If you get the same problem then you can eliminate the ram as the issue. Same problem different board is leading me to beleive it's something else. Hang in there, I know its frustrating. Have you contacted dfi support directly and see if they had any suggestions?
  13. I would at least try other ram (like on the intial install) before you upped the voltages on a new board. I would try different ram on a new board from the start. Do not up voltages. If you get the same problem then you can eliminate the ram as the issue. Same problem different board is leading me to beleive it's something else. Hang in there, I know its frustrating.
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