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as i thought. still errors

 

if i try any ol memory (as in some cheapo one), i take it i should just Load Optimised Defults in bios?

 

BTW - I have run BurnIn against my ram and CPU - CPU showed no errors.

 

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F*&(^ng b%^*Ard memory. Those sticks are BAD!

Just got 512mb of unbranded memory, loaded default bios and memtest is happily running.

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. Thank you all for putting up with my many questions, I guess I better go and order some OCZ...

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Dervis

We are all here to help each other..

I bet you will be happy to start the new year with a RIG that runs and doesn't just sit in it's case silently saying to you " C'mon...put em up...I dare ya! " You beat the board and now you are it's master not the other way around.

 

BTW.. the DQS skew.. leave that sucker on auto and 0...it will save ya some grief.

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Are these your moduels? http://geilusa.com/proddetail.asp?linenumber=36 they are BDC volts say up to 2.9 also they are geils value series. What timings are you running now and volts? Upping the voltage within the warranted specs could help with stability. if this is your ram they are calling for 3844 timings here are some isisandra timing marks http://geilusa.com/reviewdetail.asp?linenumber=81

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