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Abit AN8-Sli Problems with TWINX2048-3200C2


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I recently bought a new computer, and when i ve got it, it failed to reboot after installing new drivers\programs.

I sent it in for repairs, and they figured out that the ram auto settings in BIOS were wrong.

Now they set me up with some new settings, and the pc is booting fine.

the problem is that it hangs, or exit the game every time I play after a short time.

What is wrong? Is uspect is the ram , because nothing happened IN the games before the repair.

 

I ran memtest and didnt find anything wrong.

This are my settings:

 

DRAM Timing selectable - Manual

DRAM Clock - DDR400

CAS latency time - 2.0

ROW cycle time - 11

ROW refresh cycle time - 13

RAS# to CAS# delay - 3

RAS# TO RAS3 delay - 3

Min. Ras active time - 6

RAS precharge time - 6

Write recovery time - 2

Write to read delay - 2

Read to write delay - 4

DRAM command rate - 2T

BURST lenght - 4 beats

Bank interleaving - ENABLED

32bit DRAM memory hole - Auto

MTRR Mapping mode - continuous

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I recently bought a new computer, and when i ve got it, it failed to reboot after installing new drivers\programs.

I sent it in for repairs, and they figured out that the ram auto settings in BIOS were wrong.

Now they set me up with some new settings, and the pc is booting fine.

the problem is that it hangs, or exit the game every time I play after a short time.

What is wrong? Is uspect is the ram , because nothing happened IN the games before the repair.

 

I ran memtest and didnt find anything wrong.

This are my settings:

 

DRAM Timing selectable - Manual

DRAM Clock - DDR400

CAS latency time - 2.0

ROW cycle time - 11

ROW refresh cycle time - 13

RAS# to CAS# delay - 3

RAS# TO RAS3 delay - 3

Min. Ras active time - 6

RAS precharge time - 6

Write recovery time - 2

Write to read delay - 2

Read to write delay - 4

DRAM command rate - 2T

BURST lenght - 4 beats

Bank interleaving - ENABLED

32bit DRAM memory hole - Auto

MTRR Mapping mode - continuous

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Please set the Dim Voltage to 2.7X volts and then set the timings manually to the tested settings for the specific module you have (Cass 2-TRP:3-TRCD:3-TRAS:6) all other settings should be set to AUTO Or bios default, and then test the module/modules one at a time with www.memtest.org! If you still get errors, please follow the link in my signature “I think I have a bad part!” and we will be happy to replace them or it! However, if you get errors with both modules that would suggest some other problem and I would test them in another system or MB to be sure. In addition, with this MB you have to disable legacy USB in the bios when running any memory test.
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DRAM Timing selectable - Manual

DRAM Clock - DDR400

CAS latency time - 2.5

ROW cycle time - 12

ROW refresh cycle time - 14

RAS# to CAS# delay - 3

RAS# TO RAS3 delay - 3

Min. Ras active time - 8

RAS precharge time - AUTO

Write recovery time - 3

Write to read delay - 2

Read to write delay - 4

DRAM command rate - 2T

BURST lenght - 4 beats

Bank interleaving - ENABLED

32bit DRAM memory hole - Auto

MTRR Mapping mode - continuous

 

Memory voltage DDR 2.75 volts

 

My friend has the same mobo as you, ( I own the Fatal1ty version) he uses regular MDT memory at these settings. Also we are using 17 bios version wich is pretty stable. Did you try SuperPI in Windows ?

What other hardware do you have in your rig ? Some peeps also have probs with 6.66 NVidia driver release , most of them switched back to 6.65 or even 6.53 release driver.

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