Syntic Posted November 2, 2010 Share Posted November 2, 2010 Hi, I've been on and off this site for several months now trying to get my setup stable, but after attempting several configuration recommendations (mainly by RAM GUY), I'm still unable to get my system to run stable. Initially when I put the RAM in, I ran the system defaults which set my RAM to run at 533Mhz w/ 7,7,7,20 timings. This seemed to be okay, but I would see the system become unresoponsive when attempting to do some CPU intensive tasks (by unresponsive I would get a frozen screen and USB devices would loose power) After doing some reading I set my memory to run at recommended frequency and timings (which took me quite a while to get working at all!), but now I'm seeing BSOD occuring quite often. I played with a few settings like NB voltage, RAM voltage, DRAM command rate, but I can't quite get the system completely stable. I know there are a few threads on this type of issue already, but I would really appreciate it if someone could take a look at my settings and recommend any changes that may help? Below is current BIOS config FSB Freq - 333 DRAM Freq - DDR3-1333Mhz DRAM Command Rate - 1N DRAM Timing Control - Manual CAS# Latency - 9 DRAM Clocks RAS# to CAS# Delay - 9 DRAM Clocks RAS# PRE Time - 9 DRAM Clocks RAS# CAT Time - 24 DRAM Clocks DRAM Static Read Control - Disabled DRAM Dynamic Write Control - Disabled Ai Clock Twister - Light DRAM Voltage - 1.80 CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled PCIE Spread Spectrum - Disabled *All other settings are left as default and I'm running the most recent version of BIOS. Let me know if you need further details. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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