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so you got one stick in now?

 

I already checked both sticks one at a time.

I have it set up now with a 5/6 divider with sticks in 2, 4. And it is running fine.

So we are lead to believe that it is the on-die memory controller.

They have passed prime95 for the first time in dual channel, when before they would fail in the first few seconds.

No reboots yet either.

 

theVash

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well i got some experience at that too. some times i can only get some boards to load at a 150 or 166 divider until you get all the timings off auto

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you got any testing programs?

 

I have run memtest from the bios, and again later with the windows memtest.

I am running prime95 right now.

 

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with one stick ?

 

Both sticks, one in 2 one in 4.

I think because it is getting late, I am going to let prime95 run 1 on each processor, with the divider still On, with Command per clock : Auto. (like I guess it has been. I just found out what T1 and T2 are. So the person that said to try tunning it to T2 might have been right hours ago. :( )

And in the morning before work, turn Command per clock to disabled if there are no errors. And let that run all day.

When I get home tomorrow night from work and if prime95 is still good, I will take the divider off and try running with the Command per clock on disabled.

 

Thank you very much for your help. I feel like it is moving in the right direction.

To bed now.

 

theVash

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Go into your BIOS, genie settings and try with these for me:

 

CAS Latency: 2.0

RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD): 3

Row Precharge (tRP): 3

Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS): 6

 

Memory voltage: 2.7 (+.03) or 2.8 volts

 

Everything else on Auto.

 

These should pass MemTest86+ and be stable with your Memory (3200c2pt). If they fail, or you continue to get problems, get yourself over to the Corsair Tech Support forum and get an RMA setup.

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Go into your BIOS, genie settings and try with these for me:

 

CAS Latency: 2.0

RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD): 3

Row Precharge (tRP): 3

Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS): 6

 

Memory voltage: 2.7 (+.03) or 2.8 volts

 

Everything else on Auto.

 

These should pass MemTest86+ and be stable with your Memory (3200c2pt). If they fail, or you continue to get problems, get yourself over to the Corsair Tech Support forum and get an RMA setup.

 

I will try that, but I don't want to change anything i don't know about till my room mate gets hom tonight. He knows alot more about it than me.

But with his help I did change the Command per clock from auto to disabled, so it is running T2, I think.

With this setting I am running dual channel again without the divider. And it seems stable. Running prime95 again, I am going to let it run all day, and tonight Ill try your settings. Thank you.

 

Edit: that worked.

Turning the memory controller to T2 and everything is stable now.

Thank you everyone. :)

 

theVash

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