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Your RAM is either bad, or need more power, and or worse timings.

Try running it at 166MHz instead of 200 just for testing.

 

You shouldn't even bother continuing if the RAM fails. That is most likely the source of your problems.

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Thanks mate ;)

 

I read this article before I got my memory but completly forgot about it. Read it today and it might just be the reason why I get the crashes.

 

link

 

I dont know anything about tweaking memory but it looks like I need to set them up somehow to make them stable. But I dont have any idea how to do that!!!

 

Would someone be willing to give me a hand. Pl eassseee

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Don't got your board, or RAM, but I would search on your specific RAM brand/type, and timings. You should find other hits about it.

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

LDT/FSB Frequency Ratio....................... - AUTO

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

PCI eXpress Frequency......................... - 100Mhz

 

CPU VID StartUp Value......................... - 1.500v

 

CPU VID Control............................... - 1.200v

CPU VID Special Control....................... - Above VID * 110%

LDT Voltage Control........................... - 1.20v

Chip Set Voltage Control...................... - 1.50v

DRAM Voltage Control.......................... - 2.8v

 

DRAM Configuration Settings:

 

DRAM Frequency Set............................ - 200=RAM/FSB:01/01

Command Per Clock (CPC)....................... - Enable

CAS Latency Control (Tcl)..................... - 2.0

RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd)..................... - 03 Bus Clocks

Min RAS# active time (Tras)................... - 06 Bus Clocks

Row precharge time (Trp)...................... - 02 Bus Clocks

Row Cycle time (Trc).......................... - 09 Bus Clocks

Row refresh cyc time (Trfc)................... - 16 Bus Clocks

Row to Row delay (Trrd)....................... - 03 Bus Clocks

Write recovery time (Twr)..................... - 03 Bus Clocks

Write to Read delay (Twtr).................... - 02 Bus Clocks

Read to Write delay (Trwt).................... - 03 Bus Clocks

Refresh Period (Tref)......................... - Auto

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

 

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

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

DRAM Drive Strength........................... - Auto

DRAM Data Drive Strength...................... - Auto

Max Async Latency............................. - Auto

DRAM Response Time............................ - Fast

Read Preamble Time............................ - Auto

IdleCycle Limit............................... - 256 Cycles

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

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

Bypass Max.................................... - 07 x

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

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Thanks mate for those settings. tried them but no luck. Still same issue.

 

Do I need to change any settings for my cpu? like the multiplier cos its set to 13 by default.

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hi

wich bios are u using?

i have this one and has been the best.....for me.....so far

i tested on bh6....bh5 and tccd

 

another thing.....

with tmod cd you will find not only the flashing utility but another thing called "kill cmos"....

i did that on mine 3 times in a row after flashing to the beta bios

could be your psu......but i would bet your ram is not "liking" that mobo or vice versa

maybe a bios flash could help

good luck on that

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Have you tried running your system with only one memory module? If it boots run memtest86 (Manually run TEST#5 35-40 times) and if it passes, shut off the system and take that ram out and put in the other one in the same dimm. Try the test over and if you get any errors that memory module is bad. Now try these with only one harddrive/one gpu/ect...don't overload your psu on these tests. Good Luck...

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I just got the new PSU replacment. Just did 3 runs for 3dmark06 and it ran like a dream. Thanks to everyone that helped :)

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Thanks you to post back your final result hga, I feel that I have some kind of the same problem right now, and really suspect that the PSU is the problem. Not sure yet, but your post help me to check it futher.

 

regard,

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