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MSI K9N Neo & Corsair XMS DDR2 5400 (1GB Module)


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I'll try and keep it short.


I purchased a new machine and when installing Windows XP for the first time the system repeatedly blue-screened and had to be restarted. After searching the forums for help I changed the RAM voltage to 2.1v and allocated speeds automatically using SPDs.


The system *seemed* stable for a good few hours, until it started to freeze up constantly. After changing the RAM timings manually I managed to get the system stable - it hasn't frozen since yesterday morning.


However, every now and again when physically powering up the computer, there is no display output at all, my monitor just displays "NO SIGNAL" - could this be RAM related?


One more thing worth mentioning is that my motherboard supports RAM with clockspeeds of 533/667/800mhz, and the RAM currently inside of it is clocked at 675mhz, would this be causing the problems? I had a look at the Corsair compatibility list and it does state that this particular memory module IS compatible with my motherboard?


Any help would be greatly appreciated!





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Whoops, forgot to list the spec of my PC:


AMD Athlon64 3500+ @ 2.2ghz

1GB Corsair XMS DDR2 5400

Nvidia GeForce 7600GS

Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 4

Maxtor 250GB SATA II HDD

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