BrIONwoshMunky Posted April 23, 2006 Posted April 23, 2006 Well, I bought that G.SKILL Extreme Series 2GB (2 x 1GB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 500 (PC 4000) Kit when it was on speical with mail-in-rebate on newegg. Initially it booted fine, after adjusting the timings for that RAM, by using The G.skill technician's recommended settings in ooztuncer's attached spreadsheet. But, now OCASSIONALLY, the RAM is not detected. So I memtested it, and each stick individually and together will show no errors on 10 full passes of Memtest. I was wondering what the street thinks. Perhaps I should RMA the RAM, and flash the BIOS? I'd like to get this problem straightened out before I wipe my system and finally RAID 0 those Raptors... Dram frequency set (MHz) 200 Command per clock (CPC) enable CAS latency control (tCL) 3 RAS# to CAS# delay (tRCD) 4 Min RAS# Active Timing (tRAS) 8 Row Precharge timing (tRP) 4 Row cycle time (tRC) 7 Row refresh cycle time (tRFC) 13~18 Row to row delay (tRRD) 2 Write recovery time (tWR) 2 Write to read delay (tWTR) 1~2 Read to write delay (tRTW) 2~3 Refresh period (tREF) 3684 Write CAS# latency (tWCL) 1 DRAM bank interleave enable DQS skew control auto DQS skew value 0 DRAM drive strength 7 (varies) DRAM data drive strength 1 (varies) Max Async Latency 7~8 **DRAM response time normal Read Preamble time 5 Idle cycle limit 256 Dynamic counter enable R/W queue bypass 16x Bypass max 7x 32 byte granulation disable Oh yeah, thanks to everyone who either replies, and/or looks. :angel: :tooth: Ha ha, I just looked and realized I never actually explained what was going on. When I press the power button It'll go as far in the post as to tell me the CPU is there, and doesn't detect hte RAM, so it just sits there, then I press the reset button, and it'll detect the RAM, and boot, and run fine. Quote Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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