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Hi to ALL: i have a TROUBLE about a kit of TWINX2048-4400PRO


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HI to ALL!

 

I have a troble about this kit of CORSAIR that i 've boght from a couple of week:

 

- CORSAIR TWINX2048-4400 PRO

 

Here it's MY SYSTEM:

 

CPU : AMD FX-57

 

Motherboard: LANPARTY UT nF4 Ultra-D (with last bios:NF4LD406)

 

Memory : TWINX2048-4400 PRO ( on orange slots for DUAL CHANNEL)

MEM LABEL : XMS4401v1.1 0613122-1

 

VGA : ATI X1900 XTX

 

OS : Windows XP Professional with Service PAck 2

 

and NOW THE TROUBLE:

 

Is it possible that at default timngs ( Tcl = 3;Trcd = 4; Tras = 8 and Trp = 4) with 2,70 V on rams at 1T ,275 Mhz,FSB 1:1,HTT at 3x, speed at 2750 MHz

(275 x 10) the PC freezes at second post screen ( where we see IRQ assignment) while if use the cpu mutiplier at 10,5 with the obviusly CPU speed

at 2889 MHz with 1,45 V at the cpu the pc doesn't freeze and the OS is very stable?....I try every mutiplier from 6,5 to 10,5 and the only multi that doesn't function is 10!...9 is good;9,5 is good; 10 is'nt good and 10,5 is good.....i't s very strange for me.........i've tried also 250 x 11 = 2750 ( if the problem was the cpu..)but all is ok......for me this situation is very strange...

Could you explain me the reason?

 

Then i have some questions:

 

- do you know a better bios then the latest official that i use for the kit

of corsair that i have?

 

- are the orange or yellow slots the better for this kit of ram?

 

- which is the axact volts range fo rthis pair of ram? I ask this question

because on the official PDF file ofo corsair about this kit i saw 2,8 V for

the test at 3-4-4-8 at 275 MHz with amd,while i saw 2,75 V on some

rewiews and 2,8 on others......

 

- at 3-4-4-8 is better the 1T command or 2T?.....i don't know type of

command because on the official PDF file of this kit there is nothing about

it...........

 

 

now bye and reply me soon..........

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