Jhouserok Posted November 17, 2006 Share Posted November 17, 2006 Hey, I've got a whopper of a first post. I built a system for a friend with Corsair TwinX2048-3200C2 Pro memory. He's got an ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe which is a decent board. However, the computer won't run World of Warcraft correctly, it's the only thing on the system that does work. The game posts an error #132, of which one possible issue is the motherboard not detecting the correct SPD data from the RAM modules. The WoW support forums recommend putting in the specific RAM timings for your memory, which we've done, with the four numbers provided off the data spec sheets. However ASUS's motherboard has a number of specific timing setting above and beyond the normal settings offered on your memory specifications. I'd wonder if you could look into these for me, it's the list of all the specific timings required by the ASUS board. I'll fill in what we know. CAS Latency(Tcl) 2 RAS/CAS Delay(Trcd) 3 Min Active RAS(Tras) 6 Row Precharge Time(Trp) 3 RAS/RAS Delay(Trrd) Row Cycle(Trc) Row Refresh Cycle(Trfc) Read Write Delay(Trwt) Read Preamble Asynchronous Latency Any help you could provide on this would be great. I really wish he could have bought an MSI K8N Diamond board, they've been nothing but awesome with Corsair memory. :biggrin: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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