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I actually was just messing with those a couple hours ago. I wasn't sure about the 2N on details, but I'll give it a go.

set all your timings to 9-9-9-24 and command rate to 2t. If still problems, leave those timings at 9-9-9-24-2t and downclock RAM to 1333.
    
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set all your timings to 9-9-9-24 and command rate to 2t. If still problems, leave those timings at 9-9-9-24-2t and downclock RAM to 1333.
Alright. Yeah, giving it a go at 9-9-9-24-2t at the moment. All the autos were set to that except for the command rate, so perhaps that was the issue. I really hope so...

PS: Thanks for the help thus far, really appreciate it.

EDIT: I just realized that when I typed in 2T for the Command Rate, it set itself to 2. Is that normal? Is it just defaulting to T?
Edited by Xethik - 6/18/11 at 9:56am
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Alright. Yeah, giving it a go at 9-9-9-24-2t at the moment. All the autos were set to that except for the command rate, so perhaps that was the issue. I really hope so...

PS: Thanks for the help thus far, really appreciate it.

EDIT: I just realized that when I typed in 2T for the Command Rate, it set itself to 2. Is that normal? Is it just defaulting to T?
It will show 2 when you select 2. It does not matter if it does not show 2t. 'T' is for timing. You have AUTO, which will select 1 or 2 for you. And you can select 1 or 2 manually. If you're mem does not like 1t and AUTO sat it to 1t, it is a good chance that could have caused the problems. As Command Rate can severely affect stability.
    
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It will show 2 when you select 2. It does not matter if it does not show 2t. 'T' is for timing. You have AUTO, which will select 1 or 2 for you. And you can select 1 or 2 manually. If you're mem does not like 1t and AUTO sat it to 1t, it is a good chance that could have caused the problems. As Command Rate can severely affect stability.
Okay. I wasn't sure what T and N stood for, I just know of their existence. Well, it managed to install after downclocking the RAM and changing the Command Rate to 2, but the Command Rate alone did not fix it. I have gotten this far before, but this has been the only other time, so hoping for the best.
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Okay. I wasn't sure what T and N stood for, I just know of their existence. Well, it managed to install after downclocking the RAM and changing the Command Rate to 2, but the Command Rate alone did not fix it. I have gotten this far before, but this has been the only other time, so hoping for the best.
If you succeed now and get stable you can try to increase DRAM voltage a little for 1600MHz on the RAM. From 1.5 to 1.55v or something. Also, if that does not work, try raising the VCCIO voltage a little bit, if you have that option in your bios.
    
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If you succeed now and get stable you can try to increase DRAM voltage a little for 1600MHz on the RAM. From 1.5 to 1.55v or something. Also, if that does not work, try raising the VCCIO voltage a little bit, if you have that option in your bios.
Alright. For some reason, my system was defaulting to 1.65V instead of 1.5V. I have it set at 1.5 at the moment, but once I'm sure everything is looking good I'll worry about that.

Thanks again! Hoping this doesn't mess up.
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Seems to have done it! Thank you so much! Saved me a lot of time and worry.
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Seems to have done it! Thank you so much! Saved me a lot of time and worry.
Congrats
    
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Well, looks like this computer doesn't love me. I walked down to my computer the other day after quickly grabbing a snack and now the thing doesn't boot up. When I hit the on switch, it turns on for about 2 seconds and the powers off. I've tried replacing the PSU, taking everything out but the PSU and Mobo, everything. So it looks like it is the motherboard at fault and I guess I'll be having to return it. Sucks as there was a great LAN party I was going to attend today... Doesn't look like it anymore.

EDIT: One thing I did notice is that even with the 8-pin ATX cable to the mobo unplugged, it had the same symptoms. Not sure if this is what normally would happen if you lacked that connection, but if it is it could mean that connection is faulty.
Edited by Xethik - 6/25/11 at 9:11am
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