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Well then do what I said in post #82.

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Hello,

 

With the official Bioses always use the orange slots when using 2xsomething.

 

Yes my post 11 settings.

 

Yes it will work for 4 sticks.

 

No its not true, you can run 4 sticks at 400DDR, must set CPC to 2T.(Disabled)

 

No there is no issue with nf4 boards and double sided memory modules.

The memory controller is on the CPU. Older cores like the Winchester could only do 4 double sided sticks at 333DDR and 2T.

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well i uninstalled all my drivers.

rebooted.

2 sticks in yellow 3-3-3-8 2.8V @ 400Mhz

reinstalled all drivers and its running alot better no bsod and no lockups.

only 1 random restart in the last 24 hours

not prime stable tho.

 

when i reflash the bios (really soon) and switch to 2 sticks in orange with settings in post 11 do you think ill need to re-install windows and format ?

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i've run 4 sticks of 512MB before and it was no good...even at stocks and totally lame settings, i would get crash, BSOD etc...I really had no Idea why...i still don't

 

with 4x1GB, woo it might be hell to tweak it out...I don't want to discourage you and i hope it will work...why don't you try the 406 BIOS? It seems nice...

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well i uninstalled all my drivers.

rebooted.

2 sticks in yellow 3-3-3-8 2.8V @ 400Mhz

reinstalled all drivers and its running alot better no bsod and no lockups.

only 1 random restart in the last 24 hours

not prime stable tho.

 

when i reflash the bios (really soon) and switch to 2 sticks in orange with settings in post 11 do you think ill need to re-install windows and format ?

Why are you flashing the BIOS? This will change the equation once again...

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Why are you flashing the BIOS? This will change the equation once again...

 

well that is because i am following sharps direction as i want this systime to run stable.

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Just make sure to write down your current BIOS, voltage and memory settings from your existing configuration. Even after flashing your BIOS, if these settings are close to stable, you'll find them close to stable on the new BIOS. You may find the addition or deletion of some memory parameters, but overall your current settings will be a fair place to start. With both the OCZ Gold Hynix and my current G.Skill memory I went all over from 623-1 to 0704-2bta (and even tried the 0406-bt on the G.Skills) and never did any of those BIOS revisions require major adjustments to my timings to get them stable.

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ok well gues what guys!!!!!

 

ISSUE RESOVLED

 

it was a bad dual channel kit.

 

i am now running prime stable 11+ hours at these settings

 

FSB Bus Frequency.............................  200

LDT/FSB Frequency Ratio.......................  Auto

CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio.......................  Auto

PCI eXpress Frequency.........................  100



CPU Voltage ..................................  Auto

LDT Voltage ..................................  1.20 

ChipSet (NF4) Voltage ........................  1.50

DRAM Voltage .................................  2.60v

+0.03 if not 3.2V ............................  enable



Memclock (DRAM Frequency) ....................  200

1T/2T Timing (Command Per Clock)..............  1T

CAS Latency (Tcl).............................  2T

RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd).....................  3T

Min RAS# active time (Tras)...................  8T

Row precharge time (Trp)......................  2T

Row Cycle time (Trc)..........................  10T

Row refresh cyc time (Trfc)...................  16T

Row to Row delay (Trrd).......................  3T

Write recovery time (Twr).....................  3T

Write to Read delay (Twtr)....................  2T

Read to Write delay (Trwt)....................  3T

Refresh Period (Tref).........................  3120

DRAM Bank Interleave..........................  Enabled



DQS Skew Control..............................  Auto

DQS Skew Value................................  0

DRAM Drive Strength...........................  Normal 3

DRAM Data Drive Strength......................  Level 1

Max Async Latency.............................  8ns

DRAM Response Time............................  Normal

Read Preamble Time............................  6ns

IdleCycle Limit...............................  256

Dynamic Counter...............................  Disable

R/W Queue Bypass..............................  16x

Bypass Max....................................  4x

32 Byte Granularity...........................  Disable (4 Bursts)

 

if you all want to read more check out

 

http://www.bleedinedge.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21977

 

it ended up being A BAD DUAL CHANNEL KIT GRR..... ALL THAT WORK....

 

oh well !!!!

 

ISSUE RESOLVED !

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Glad to hear you got your issue resolved. Congratulations.

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