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What on earth is a RAM table and what makes them different and better or worse for certain IC's?

 

i.e. the -1 -2 and -3 at end of BIOS names...

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But why does'nt the new 406 Bios have these options?

 

Is there a 406-2 out there?

 

:confused:

 

PRJ

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But why does'nt the new 406 Bios have these options?

 

Is there a 406-2 out there?

 

:confused:

 

PRJ

:confused: :confused: :confused:

Why are you using BIOS for Expert?

My first board was an Expert (returned quickly), then a Venus.

How they handle RAM are night and day different - and the "stock" BIOS is different for both.

Did you have a problem with the stock BIOS that moded helped?

Thanks

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#5

 

I used Tony's 704-2BTA with my old SLI-D board. But can this bios altso be used with the Venus board??

 

#6

 

I am using a bios for venus its called ve406BTA altso a bios from Tony. Can't really say if helped.

 

I am using 4 x 1 Gb Infineon Rev. C, any bios that would be better for this?

 

PRJ

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The Expert board I have has given me nothing but love and quite honestly I dont see why people have issues with them! I had my board set up and configured in 10 minutes and I had never owned a DFI board before. I also have another Expert board and its the same no issues what so ever! Hmmm... maybe because you use Corsair Ram! Even my MSI K8N Diamod Plus X16 SLI didn't like the Corsair Ram dont know why but it just didn't! But you know for what its worth after I started using OCZ Ram I never had another single issue!

 

P.S ....I have used 2 different Bios on my Expert Board and both have run flawlessly even at optimized defaults! The reason I am using the Expert 4/6/06 is because I have a Expert board!

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