domlovy Posted September 21, 2008 Share Posted September 21, 2008 Hi Everybody, It’s my first post here. I’m French. Sorry in advance for my English. I have trying to search some solutions on this forum for my problem but after lot of tests…nothing works… or its mistake of myself. I expose my worries here in hope to find some help. I have some problem for run my RAM them on my ASUS Maximus Formula... I load windows and as soon as it gets to desktop it freezes and the boot it’s very slow. I have made some tests: Test with 1x2gb and the full kits of 2x2gb…it’s the same problem. Test with WinXP 32bits, Vista32 and 64 bits…it’s the same problem. I have the same symptoms when testing the modules one at a time. I have run memtest v1.7 and it passed with no errors. Test with 1x2gb and 2x2gb. I don’t know if I need to change the bios “Extreme tweaker” for configure my Module or if i need to let by default. I’m not an expert in ram settings. I’m trying with this configuration: Extreme Tweaker CPU Level Up = Auto AI Overclock Tuner = Manual CPU Ratio Control = Manual Ratio CMOS setting = 10 FSB Frequency = 266 FSB Strap to NB = 266 PCIE Freq = 100 DRAM Freq DDR2 = 1066mhz DRAM Command Rate = 2T DRAM Timing Control = Manual CAS = 5 RAS# to CAS# = 5 RAS to Precharge = 5 RAS Active Time = 15 All else set to Auto Voltages CPU Voltage = Auto CPU PLL Voltage = Auto NB Voltage = 1.40v DRAM Voltage = 2.1v All else set to Auto FSB Term Voltage = Auto SB Voltage = Auto Loadline Calibration = Enabled CPU GTL Ref = Auto NB GTL Ref = Auto DDR2 channel A Auto DDR2 channel B = Auto DDR2 Controller = Auto SB 1.5v = Auto Set all Spread Spectrum to Disabled Same problems… Test with the Bios by default, it found my modules for dram800mhz. (Think it’s normal) I have tried different bios versions and I get the same problems. My Bios actually it’s up to date (1207 Maximus Formula, 23/07/2008) I'm sure, I have missing something… :confused: for work properly. Any help would be appreciated ;): Thanks you in advance for your answers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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