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Sean, you have truly made my day! I've been wondering what the heck the difference was, and now....I KNOW! biggrin.gif Thank you sir!
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post #32 of 35
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MushkinSean View Post
There is a technical reason for the differences in Triple and Dual kits, the XMP is different.

As long as you do not enable the XMP it really does not matter. Using a triple kit on a dual channel mobo is fine, as is using a dual kit on 1366, as long as you set the memory manually.

For example if you used 2 sticks from a Triple kit on P67/Z68 you could end up with the memory controller voltage way too high for the platform if you enabled the XMP.
Most DDR3-1600 triple kits would have the memory controller voltage defined in the XMP at 1.35V, which is fine for 1366, but that much voltage applied to an 1155 CPU would be way more than necessary for DDR3-1600
Great info, I was hoping it was something like this, which means in theory, my 998691 kit should be compatible.

At work right now, haven't had time to touch the computer for the last day or 2, will try setting those secondary timings tonight and see if it makes a difference.

I'll also try resetting the BIOS and installing the 4 sticks of 996805 just to give that another shot, since it was working fine for you.

Thanks again
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post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by MushkinSean View Post
On my Asus P8P67 Pro, I have no problem running 4-up(4 DIMMs) of 996805, just set the primaries, frequency, memory voltage to rated and it works.

4-up of 998691 was a different story, actually I only have 3 sticks 998691, so I had to improvise for a fourth stick, so that may have caused some stability issues.
4-up caused a reboot loop, the board would not even POST, I did get around the reboot loop, but I did not get the system stable.
I suspect that the BIOS needs some tweaking for these kits to run 4-up at 6-7-6-18 1T. Like a BIOS update.

You may have better luck than I did with 4 actual DIMMs of 998691, so if you want to try, change the following subs manually to,

RAS# To RAS# Delay: 6
READ to Pre Time: 7
Four Act Win Time: 25
CAS# Write Latency: 7
RTL A: 30
RTL B: 31

VCCIO voltage did not help.
Memory voltage over 1.65V did not help either.
I'm at the point where I think it's my chip. No memory I test will boot at CAS 6. Tried the secondary timings on my 998691 kit, no luck.

Went back to the 4x 996805, reset the BIOS, changed only the following:
Latencies to 6-8-6-24-1T, rest on Auto
Frequency to 1600 Mhz
DIMM Votlage to 1.65v

Systen would not post.

Changed the following:
Latencies to 6-8-6-24-2T
DIMM Voltage to 1.67
VTT Voltage to 1.2

Nothing.

Even tried 4-up of 998826 (Yes, I know, same chips as 996805, just to make sure nothing was wrong with my 996805 kits.)

Wish I had another 2500k to test.

Perhaps I'll try reverting the BIOS, seems like many people still use 0708 with this board...
Edited by ComputerMD82 - 6/22/11 at 10:10am
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post #34 of 35
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No difference with 0708 either. I'm going to assume it's the chip, or something I don't know about the mATX version of this board.

7-7-6-18 is still great, and so is your support Sean! Thank you to everyone else for their suggestions as well!

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Sucks to see you couldn't get it to run at the rated values. I'm betting it's a limitation of the IMC since the P67 platform has just been riddled with memory compatibility issues. Still smokin' timings though!
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