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Hi there!

 

I just bought a DFI Lanparty UT Nf3 Ultra-D

Memory, OCZ Dual Channel EL Gold VX Series OCZ4001024ELDCGEVX-K w/ Heatspreader (2x 512MB DDR400 Matched Pair, CAS [email protected] 3.2V)

CPU: AMd 64 3200 Core Venice

 

Now here's my problem

I put one stick of memory in #1 slot and #3...

With last bios flashed, was able to set speed to 200..but.. there's a problem, detected in cpu-z... still in SINGLE channel..while supposed to be in dual channel.

 

Second problem. As soon as I want to overclock, I put 205 instead of 200 for my cpu speed... and... well.. my computer didn't want to boot at all... I had to clear my cmos...

 

what's going wrong?!?!? :|

 

CPU voltage: 1.280, speed. 2009mhz

HTT: 201.0 mhz

Memory: CAs latency. 2.5

ras to cas. 3

ras precharge 3

cycle time 6

bank cycle time 10

dram idle timer 16

 

 

SPD table:

Frequency: 200

CAs: 2.5

ras to cas: 3

ras precharge 3

Tras: 7

 

Can anyone help me, I am kinda desesperate :|

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I cannot start.. if 2 sticks of memory aren't inserted...

one.. not starting...2... not starting... I tried everything! EVEN with a different brand of memory... all I got is a continuous beeping...

:|

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what bios did you flash to???

are you putting the memory in slots 1 & 3??? the yellow slots

and please make a sig with all components including bios version

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Playah.. I am not here to create a rig.. to do some show off.. I need help

I listed everything I have...

Big Typhoon to cool my cpu...temp 35 degree idle... full load, don't know yet...too unstable to try something :)

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a Rig ..a rig...

 

DFI Lanparty UT NF3 Ultra-D

AMD 64 3200 Venice

Big Typhoon

OCZ Dual Channel EL Gold VX Series OCZ4001024ELDCGEVX-K w/ Heatspreader 2X512

Asus V9999GT 128mb

WD Raptor 74 gb

OCZ Modstream 520

 

Just flashed Bios with

711... from 07/11/2005

 

 

Is this ok for "rig"?

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I try to put memory in all 4 slots available..

at the moment I have one in the #1 and another one in the #3

cpu-z tells me that is SINGLE channel...and.. well

#1 is in yellow

#3 is in orange

What's wrong?

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Due to what ever reason at dfi channels #1 and #3 are the 2 orange coloured ones and #2 and #4 are the yellow ones. I had the exact same problem but put both sticks in the same coloured slots and presto dual channel. Also on my board if i have the memory timming at 1T then it will crash all the time if i force 2T then stable as a rock. Memtest 86+ fails within 5 mins on 1T but went for over 24hrs on 2T.

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Big Thanks you Lordbollo...

NEVER READ MANUAL! THey're never right... ;P

 

Dual channel now! :)

Let's resolve the other problem.. Overclocking...

As soon as I put 203-205... my computer do not boot.. I tried with 205 and I had to clear cmos... :|

 

ANy idea? Voltage? HTT? Multiplier???

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RomPower: Please read the forum rules, as is required before making your first post.

 

In addition, please update your sig (as you have already been asked to do) and be as detailed as possible so that we may better understand what hardware configuration you have. Click on the link in my sig for instructions on how to do so. If you are having difficulties creating your sig, for whatever reason, then PM me and I will be glad to help.

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