bacall213 Posted December 4, 2005 Share Posted December 4, 2005 Hey all, I've got a slight problem with my TWINX3200C2PT memory. As you can see from the heading, I'm running an Asus A7N8X Dlx motherboard with a 3200+ Barton (200/400 Mhz FSB, however you may think of it) and I recently upgraded to the 1 GB (2x512) corsair chips, from Samsung stuff that was ancient from the early days of DDR400, and my timings seem to be having trouble. My timings before I upgraded seemed to be 3-3-3-8, and now in the BIOS they are still registering as 3-3-3-8. Here's some info I've pulled from my BIOS and from the nvidia system utility (nTune). BIOS: SDRAM Active Precharge Delay: 8 SDRAM RAS to CAS Delay: 3 SDRAM RAS Precharge Delay: 3 SDRAM CAS Latency: 3T DDR Reference Voltage: 2.6V Also CHIP Voltage: 1.5V (this is available due to the Uber BIOS I'm running, but I'm not sure which "chip" voltage it is for, possibly memory, possibly processor, not sure) I've seen some of the Corsair memory on newegg at voltages of 2.75, but the memory I bought did not specify. Also, my options in the BIOS are 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, and 2.9 for the DDR Reference Voltage. nVIDIA nTune: Row Address Strobe (T(RAS)): 8 RAS to CAS Access (T(RCD)): 3 Memory Bank Switch (T(RP)): 3 nTune reports, Voltage Interface Level SSTL: 2.5V Memtest86: CAS 3-3-3-8 According to newegg, the memory timings should be 2-3-3-6... I'm a bit new to the modern memory stuff, so if there's anyone that can help me out in interpretting that stuff and figuring out why it isn't running at the normal spec speed, I'd be very thankful. Here is the link from newegg for the memory I bought: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16820145450 Thanks a ton! Brian Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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