Ryan_R Posted October 26, 2008 Share Posted October 26, 2008 Hi guys. I've been battling problems with my PC freezing completely for the past 5 month which has been extremely irritating and expensive. Last week CPL charged $170 just to tell me there's nothing wrong with the individual core components (mobo, cpu, gfx card, psu) and that the ram should be fine, but that I might need to adjust some BIOS settings in regards to the RAM. If I reset the BIOS (upgraded to P07) and use Auto settings, it detects the RAM timings as 7, 7, 7, 20 1T with 1.5 volts, whereas the RAM module sticker says 9, 9, 9, 24 1.7 volts (and some online searching says to use 2T). I've set those settings and it froze just before (although lasting a fair bit longer before freezing). I have literally tried everything else, and am thinking there must be some other BIOS settings that need tweaking. I don't plan on overclocking the system, and I'm not a huge expert at settings timings, frequencies, voltages, etc. If you could help me fix this once and for all I'd be really grateful. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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