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Which Bios for my System!!! PROBLEM!!!

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Hello everybody!

 

Right now im using 510-2 but occasionally i get "irq_not_less_or_equal bluescreen"

Will that be fixed by using a differemt BIOS???

 

My System Specs are:

 

DFI SLI-DR

A64 3200+ Venice

Corsair XMS 3200XL 4x512 @2-2-2-5 DDR400

XFX 6800 ULTRA Arctic Cooling Silencer

 

 

Thanks for your help!!!

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Blue screens means it's something to do with your memory configuration. Voltage i'd guess because that's what my problem was until i got me a DDR Booster. diffrent mobo though.

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It's your memory not getting nuff voltage i think, not the bios.

Another error you might be getting is

"unbootable_boot_volume"

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First find out what your memory is rated at for stability, every ram is diffrent. I'm able to squeeze over 3.7vdimm into my muskin xp4000. Lemme try and find out for yah

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I'm not familiar with your memory (I'll just assume it's TCCD) but I got some TCC5 and although many have said that the -2 BIOS variants are good for TCCx, it just wasn't the case for me. I had random freezes and BSODs similar to what you're getting. You should try the -1 and -3 variants to see if the problem still persists.

 

Also, is your system overclocked at all?

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According to the Tech PowerUp memory database, the chips on that memory are Samsung TCCD:

 

http://www.techpowerup.com/memdb/

Package: TSOP

Stock Voltage: 2.5 V

Max. recommended Voltage: 2.9 V

usually do 2-2-2 @ 200; 2-3-3 up to 230; 2,5-3-3 up to 265; 2,5-4-4 up to 275 New chips love voltage (more than 3,1 with active cooling) and go 250+ @ 2-2-2

 

 

They indicate the same chips used for both revisions of the Corsair XMS-PC3200XL (revisions 1.1 and 1.2)

 

 

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