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xms2 2*1gb compatible with dq6?


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Hi. I want to buy corsair xms2 2*1gb ddr2 800mhz 4-4-4-12 but i dont know whether it is compatible with my new mobo; gigabyte dq6. Before this, I have bought G.Skill NS 2*1024gb 800mhz but it didn't boot up. When I change the vdimm voltage to 2.2-2.3V it boots up, but in 10 minutes it is locked. I wonder whether it is valid for corsair or not :confused:

 

I found a web-site that shows the compatible memories with the mobo

 

http://uk.giga-byte.com/FileList/MemorySupport/motherboard_memory_ga-965p-dq6.pdf

 

I don't know whether this ram is twinx and this ram is the model on the website. And should I change the bios settings manually if I buy this ram? Also, I have updated bios to f3.

 

The processor is E6300 and vga card is Sapphire X1900xt

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Heres some info on compatability

http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53075

 

 

Here is a good LONG thread for ya for the DS3,DS4,DQ6, maybe some useful in

it. Think there is some F4beta BIOS around for the DQ6

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=109719

 

I know my answer doesn´t really answer all your questions, but maybe it will help you along.

 

Happy hunting

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Thank you. In the list of compatibility, I have only found one ram with 4-4-4-12, 2*1gb and 800mhz; twin2xp2048-6400c4. I think the ram that I talked about above is this. Does somebody verify me? And also, should I change any settings in bios manually??
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Im gonna feed you with some more info now, whitout exactly answering your questions, but hopefully you get some help from it.

 

This even LONGER thread :eek: is highly recommended, eventhough the topic is about the Ga-DS3, there is really lots of good info in there for DS3/DS4/DQ6. Mind you though to read the whole lot as it progresses as new BIOS has come out, and older problems in the thread might not be relevant anymore.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=110460

 

 

It seems manual settings are more stable than auto settings.

And I dont remember if its from the thread above or I read it somewhere else,

but there are problems withs some models of ********* :p: RAM not sure if it was the NS.

 

Happy reading and good luck

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