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A8N32 SLI-DX and Corsair Twinx DDR500 XMS 3-4-4-8 (DUAL 2x1GB)


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I have problem with my ASUS A8N32 SLI Deluxe and my memory Corsair 2x1GB DDR500MHz. This memory are very unstable on my mobo. WHY? I Tried lot of setings a Tried 2,7-2,85V (memory are very hot:-(

 

Have anybody same memory and mobo? I need your BIOS screen or screen A64 tweaker program.

 

THX for your answer.

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each sticks are same numbers.

 

xms number-xms 4000v1.1

lot code-0621011-2

 

and some code (seril code?) 0230649007

 

Some user in ASUS forum wrote post with same problem-he wrote about BAD BIOS versin 1205!

 

now I try 2,6V and 1103 BIOS

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CPU is Opteron 144 (9x200=1800MHz)

 

 

CPU FSB: 250MHz

FID/VID- 9x

overvoltage enabled (200mV)+1,3V=+- 1,5V (stable up to 2,8GHz..

PEG LING-normal or disabled

1T memory timing

memory freq. 200 (1:1.......250FSB=500MHz for ram)

memory latency AUTO (on 500MHz 3-4-4-8)

Burst Lenght-4x (what is this setting?)

K8 to NB-3x

SB to NB-3x

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now I tried only one stick......errors

tried 2,6Vdimm..........errors

BIOS 1103+1009.........errors

 

I am very unhappy

 

INTEREST: Memtest give me errors when 6.test started in 10th minute!!!

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I think it would be best to go ahead and replace the modules for you. Please go to http://corsair.com/corsair/rma_request.html and fill out the form with all the required information. In the "Ticket#/PostID#" field please enter "254313" for your authorization. If after 1 day or 24 hours, excluding weekends and holidays, you do not get the RMA please send an email to warranty@corsairmemory.com and we will help to resolve it.
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You have to run the memory at 200 Mhz and over clock your CPU reading back thru your posts. I think you are trying to run the memory out of sync and that may be whats causing the problem. But first I would try and set the CPU to 200 Mhz and the memory at 200 Mhz and set the timings to Cas 3-3-3-8 at 2.75 Volts and see if the system will pass http://www.memtest.org.
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