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MSI Neo4 Platinum / XMS TWINX1024-4400C25


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Well I've been testing this setup out for going on the 3rd week now and have a couple questions.


I'm using the TWINX1024-4400C25 v1.1 w/LOT#0504003-3. Does this ram still using Hynix or are they TCCD's? It appears the heat spreaders are glued on so I couldn't get a visual of the chips. Or is there a production # on the spreaders that tells the dates of these sticks? They are brand new from Monarch.


It seems that I can't POST with anything over 215fsb period, but if I use Clockgen w/HT x3, CPU Multi x8 and the ram 2.5-4-4-8 at 1T and vdimm 2.70v, it can max out at 295fsb. So if these sticks are Hynix is it a compatibility issue that's keeping me from posting at a higher fsb, as these boards prefer TCCD.


All in all the system runs fine with them. It runs 2-2-2-5 at 200fsb allday and games real nice. I tried the ram in my Epox nf2 board and went 240fsb w/ the mem 1:1 no problem.




MSI Neo4 Platinum

AMD64 3200+ 90nm

XP-90 w/Silent Cat 9


Leadtek PX6600GT TDH

Seagate Sata 80GB NCQ

Antec True430 26a/+12v

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Hrmm., I've tried every possibe setting on this mobo with no luck posting over 215fsb with any stability. But I can use Clockgen and run Super PI 2M tests stable at 260x9 or 280x8 @ HT x3 with the ram @ 2.5-4-4-8, vdimm 2.70v as per spec. The thing that has me thinking it's a ram issue with this mobo is when I up the fsb and can get it to post around 220+ my SpySweeper prog. reports a memory error and I have to reset some options to make it happy again.


Anyone else tried this PC4400 in a MSI Neo4 Platinum?

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