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Yup again...was not set to "default" from factory (first and second board). I can barely hear my new board but it does "beep" when it's supposed to...

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It's interesting that the manual doesn't list 2/4 as a valid combination for either dc or sc operation. I'm having huge problem running my ram to spec so I may have to try the 2/4 approach.

 

 

The Chart is for Single or Double SIded modules (On page 29) THought that was stragne at first myself....

 

But if you read the paragraph under the chart the light bulb turns on

 

A DIMM's SPD is originally fixed at 1T. When modules are inserted

in DIMM 1 and DIMM 3, the SPD must be 2T for better system

stability. We recommend inserting DIMMs in DIMM 2 and DIMM 4.

 

So I would advise everyone to switch their dimms to 2/4 if your runing 1/3

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Yeah, that page sure confused the hell out of me too. I've had my ram in 1 & 3, and plan on trying 2 & 4 soon as i get home. I hope i get some added OC room and stability :)

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Wierd I'm running mine at 1T in 1/3....granted no overclock yet. I'm just getting familiar with all the features first!

 

Quirky board this one! :) Running pretty nice at defaults sofar though! Got to get me a 4400 X2 though to really test her out. :( And the Crossfire card. Hmm...next week maybe.

 

O.

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Bershatsky, you've had your say already. You are disappointed with the board and understandably so. For those that have the board and intend to keep it, hell or high water, you offer no help by continuing to rag on the board.

 

Some of us like to tinker and tweak and don't mind a few quirks. Enjoy your new motherboard and move on my friend...

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