clone Posted November 8, 2005 Share Posted November 8, 2005 hi I bought 2 twin-X packs of 1024memory XMS 4400 and attempted to use it with an Asrock dual sata II motherboard with the ULI chipset... the results were inconsistent until I replaced the Corsair memory with a different company's product, besides that the motherboard bios isn't overclocking friendly enough so a replacement is going to be bought. I've since read rumours mentioning that some motherboards don't overclock well with Corsair much like the exp I had with the Asrock/ULI board and I want to make certain the board I get won't have any issues with my memory. the price for the motherboard isn't really an issue but I'd hate to buy a DFI RDX xpress 200 board (which apparently was optimised with Crucial memory during it's testing) retailing for 200+ and find out it really isn't in love with the Corsair, the same goese for any other board. is their any board that was specifically tested and certified with Corsair in mind, preferably AMD socket 939 based but not limited by that choice? the mentioned DFI board lists compatibility with my Corsair but I want to get the best out of this water cooled rig without having to worry about any possible memory issues. my goal is to run the 4400 at 466mhz using 2-2-2-7 timings if possible if using AMD or 550mhz at slated timings if using an Intel platform although i'm uncertain Intel even cares about DDR anymore. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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