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Corsair TWINX 1024 3200 LL V1.2


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Hi, i bought my corsair ddr400 august last year. And i have the following problem: My System runs with 2.6@3.25 GHz(250FSB) with 2 Corsair Rigs in dual mode. In Single Mode with one Corsair DDR i'm still having no better & stable results. In the last days i tried one DDR400 in single mode from the company MDT. And oh my gosh... my System runs with 293 FSB @ 3.8GHz! Why can't i reach similar results with my TWINX? I've tested it with 3:2 and 2.85v but no chance. The highest FSB i get with the Corsair is 257 @ 3:2 but unstable. Can anyone post the CAS Settings @ 250 FSB (5:4), 255 (5:4), 260 (3:2)... 300 FSB. Whats the problem on my Corsair? Are they worse? My System: * Intel P4 2.6c @ 3.25 GHz boxed * 1024 MB Corsair TWINX1024-3200LL * ASUS P4C800 Deluxe * Lian Li PC-50 * Albatron Geforce Ti4200 128DDR @ 275/560 MHz (ZALMAN HP) * ZALMAN ZM400A-APF 400
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Corsair Dual: 250 FSB - 2 2(Asus!) 3 6 8 - 2.85 - stable - 5:4 255 FSB - 2 3 3 8 8 - 2.85 - unstable - 5:4 256 FSB - 2.5 4 4 8 8 - 2.85 - unstable - 5:4 257 FSB - SPD - unstable - 3:2 How can i reach more FSB? What timings i need? Corsair is in Single Mode still the same! No Higher FSB Effect! MDT 256MB DDR400 CL2.5 [B]293 FSB[/B] - SPD - 2.85 - unstable
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On each stick of RAM (DIMM) there should be 8 individual chips (ICs) that are the actual memory. There should be a brand name printed there such as Samsung, Winbond, Micron, etc. Do you see a name like this? If so, are there any numbers on the chips? Mike
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Here is the Datasheet of the MDT! [url]http://www.mci.de/download/D184u32x8.PDF[/url] Another Question, my corsairs cost a lot of money... 390 €. And i wont throw it away! Can you please say me, with wich cas settings i should try this: 255 FSB, 5:4 257 FSB, 5:4 260 FSB, 3:2 265 FSB, 3:2 Are 2.85v enough or should i do a vdimm mod and let the riggs run @ 3.2v?
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Please test the modules with the CPU running at 800 Mhz or default and set the timings manually to the tested settings. Cass 2-3-2-6 with the Dim Voltage set to 2.75 Volts. You can use [url]www.memtest86.com[/url] to test the modules and lets make sure one is not failing. However, I am sorry we do not test with the memory and CPU out of sync on this platform as its not part of the Spec. from the chipset design.
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Sorry i'm very disenchanted... my corsairs was so extremely expensive that i thought that they must be good OC memory. But thats not so. Another guys whos paid the half price for Geil etc. have better results than me. Thats very frustrating... :(:
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Hi after my problem i watched in different websites to solve my high fsb/crap DDR problem. And now i got the answer... The Corsair TWINX1024 3200 ll v1.2 doesn't like divider! 2.6c - 250 FSB i can only reach DDR400 @ 5:2 - 2,2,3,6-8 2.75v 2.6c - 236 FSB i could reach DDR472!!! @ 1:1 - 3,4,4,8-4 2.85v
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