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jlakhani

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Hello, recently built a new machine

 

specs

asus p5ne-sli

 

I recently both in pairs

Corsair cm2x1024-6400c4 (44412) ver 2.10V version 2.1 in pair 800mhz

Corsair cm2x1024-6400c4 (44412) ver 2.10V version 6.2 in pair 800mhz

 

I think after the bios upgrade I started gettting BSOD. I removed the

Corsair cm2x1024-6400c4 (44412) ver 2.10V version 2.1 pair

and noticed the BSOD stopped. My friend recommends I update the timings from the http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52351 which didnt do anything for me.

 

can someone give some suggestions?

 

thanks alot

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First, mixing 2 different revisions of memory is not advised as it can cause stability issues.

 

On that particular MOBO, you need to increase the memory controller voltage to 1.53v to operate stable with 4 modules. If this does not help, you may also need to lower the memory frequency to DDR667 due to the limits of your memory controller when using 4 modules.

 

Make sure your memory controller is well cooled as it gets VERY HOT on this model and especially so with 4 modules.

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Hi RAMGUY!

 

Thanks for your response.

I have some questions

 

"If this does not help, you may also need to lower the memory frequency to DDR667 due to the limits of your memory controller when using 4 modules."

 

How can I lower the memory frequency to DD667 on my p5ne-sli motherboard? Do you happen to know?

 

thanks

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Download Memtest Version 2.11 from--->

and extract the ISO image. Burn the ISO image to an CD-ROM disk.4

Download CPU-z from
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Shut the system down and enter your BIOS, Load Setup Defaults, Save Setup Defaults and set to these values:

Advanced:

JumperFree Configuration
AI Tuning = Manual
Overclock Options = Disabled

System Clocks
NB PCI-e Frequency (MHz) = 100

Voltage Control
Vcore Voltage = Auto
Memory Voltage = 2.1v
NB Core Voltage = 1.50v

FSB & Memory Config
FSB - Memory Clock Mode = Unlinked
FSB - Memory Ratio = 3:5 (667Mhz)
FSB (QDR) = 266

Chipset:

Memory Timing Setting
tCL = 4
tRCD = 4
tRP = 4
tRAS = 12
Command Per Clock = 2 Clocks
tRRD = Auto
tRC = Auto
tWR = Auto
tWTR = Auto
tREF = Auto
tRD = Auto
tRFC = Auto
Async Latency = Auto

USB Configuration
USB Controllers = Enabled
USB Legacy Support = Disabled  (Disable when you memtest. Enable afterwards if you have usb keyboard)
USB 2.0 Controller = Enabled

Run Memtest for two full passes, then (If Stable), enter Windows and post screenshots of CPU-z's CPU, Memory and SPD tabs.

 

Be sure to actively cool your motherboards memory controller.

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