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Asus Striker II NSE and CMD4GX3M2A1600C9


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CMD4GX3M2A1600C9 + Asus Striker II NSE, need help getting speeds to 1600

Hello. I am new to these forums, so if I left anything out of this, please tell me, and I will try to post the information as soon as possible.

 

I have had my system for about 1 years, and just recently found that the memory was not running as advertised. I am trying to get this fixed, so that I can rule it out of some problems I am having with a new graphic card. I have tried setting BIOS settings as the suggested in this thread, but the memory is still seen as pc3-10700 and running at 667mhz. I would like to get this matter fixed as quickly as possible, so I can continue trying to resolve issues with my new graphics card, so any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Mainboard Asus Striker II NSE

Bios 0901

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1600 MHz

P1, P2 - Enabled

tCL (CAS Latency) - 9

tRCD - 9

tRP - 9

tRAS - 24

Command Per Clock (CMD) - 2T

 

Please advanced memory setting:

tRRD, tRC, tWR, tWTR, tFAW, tRD, tRTP, tRFC, tREF

??? and correct memory voltage: 1,64; 1,66; 1,68 and still...

Thanks

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Leave those all on auto. you dont need to worry about the rest, just the first 4. Right now you are running at 1333mhz and like Wired and Steev stated you need to OC your CPU to achieve higher RAM speeds.

 

Your best bet is to start looking for overclocking guides for your MB or CPU and go from there.

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Currently working on 800MHz - not stable:

CL-9, RCD-9, RP-9, RAS-24, RC-41, RFC-88, CR-2 RRD-6, WR-12, WTR-6, RTP-6

:confused:

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Please write correct advanced memory setting:

tRRD, tRC, tWR, tWTR, tFAW, tRD, tRTP, tRFC, tREF - Please :flamethro:

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10700 ÷ 8 bits = 1337.5MHz

12800 ÷ 8 = 1600MHz

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Have you set your memory speed in BIOS?

 

If not, start PC and hit the 'delete' key on your keyboard until the BIOS screen appears.

 

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Next to 'Memory Level Up' set the RAM speed to 'PC3-12800' (1.) by pressing 'Enter' and selecting 'PC3-12800' in the dialogue box.

 

Scroll down to 'Memory Timing Setting' (2.), press 'Enter' and set all to 'Auto'

 

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Then press F10 on your keyboard, select 'YES' (default) and press 'Enter'

 

What happens?

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In memory of the requested 1600HMz, timing 9-9-9-24 - HOW???

 

Steev II NSE With your "Memory Level Up" generally all bad:

poor indicator of 752HMz 9-11-11-28 no stability

 

http://i28.fastpic.ru/thumb/2011/1206/2b/1b7303c74d513f9c7e41e0542afae42b.jpeg

 

Sorry for my english...

 

Support, Please write correct advanced memory setting for CMD4GX3M2A1600C9:

tRRD, tRC, tWR, tWTR, tFAW, tRD, tRTP, tRFC, tREF

 

Thanks

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