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Problem with TR3X6G1333C9 and Asus P6T SE


korren

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Hi,

 

I seems to have a similar problem with my corsair memory modules.

 

sometimes when i boot i have 4 GB memory and sometimes 6 GB.

 

Actions:

Loaded new Bioas V0704

Default loaded for BIOS

tried auto and XMP setup for DRAM.

Taken out and in the memory modules

run memtest V4.0 and memory all modules OK 6 GB

Run memory test in windows 7 and memory OK

Run CPU-Z for diagnostics

 

When running cpu-z and memtest memory productnumber does not match the one on the modules see below.

Timing is specified to be 9-9-9-24 for the memory but comes up seen below:

 

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Any suggestions? Please Help.

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Yes I have read the sticky.

 

But I don't understand why CPU-Z reports wrong part number for the memory modules and why the timing seems to setup wrongly by the BIOS?

 

I am not trying to overclock or anything else.

 

Timing is specified as 9-9-9-24, but are setup as 8-8-8-20 by the BIOS.

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It is possible CPU-Z is reading the part number for each individual module. Can you please tell us what it is listing as the part number?

 

Also for the timings you may need to manually set them in the bios to 9-9-9-24.

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Printed on the 3 memory modules is TR3X6G1333C9

 

CPU-Z reports: (as in the attached files Previous posting) CM3X2G1333C9

 

TR = the kit in which they are included. It indicates a triple channel kit.

 

CM = the individual part number programmed onto the SPD.

 

This information is correct.

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