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hmm, you have a very similar setup to me.

Heres my bios settings

FSB 400
Multi x 9
CPU Vcore 1.45v
RAM voltage 2.1v
All the other voltage settings AUTO

RAM

4-4-4-12-6-35-10-10-10-10

CPU Config

C1E - Disabled
Max CPUID Value Limit - Disabled
Vanderpool - Disabled
CPU TM - Disabled
Execute Disable Bit - Disabled

PCI Freq - 100mhz/33.33mhz

Try using those settings or mess around with them.
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maybe you have a faulty memory kit. It can't even do its stock setting/speed. maybe RMA it and try it out with a new set?
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maybe you have a faulty memory kit. It can't even do its stock setting/speed. maybe RMA it and try it out with a new set?
It does do 4-4-4-12 just not at an FSB thats over around 350. Anyone have a theory as to why it wont? The memory itself isnt overclocked, its still 800mhz

Thanks Joeking ill try messing about with those settings!

If I have no luck whats better... a 3.6Ghz CPU with the loose timings I posted the page before, or a 3Ghz (what I think I can hit) CPU with 4-4-4-12?
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3.6 ghz cpu for sure. You may have faster running ram at 3hz but you'd lose 600mhz on the cpu.......thats a lot.

I notice a big difference, especially in benchies when I go from 3 to 3.6 ghz but not a great deal if I up tighten the ram timings

I'd take triggers advice if all else fails. RMA those sticks if they can't do rated speeds at stated timings
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Its not your RAM, its the board. Does the same thing to me and many many others. I havent checked this thread in this other forum recently, and I havent updated my bios past 1305, but to my best knowledge, ASUS has not fixed it yet.

Your timings shouldnt make a big noticable difference. I too have 4-4-4-12 memory that is running at 5-6-6-18 because my FSB is past 360ish and it wont boot when I set it manually - regardless of what the stock timings are.

Heres a link to a VERY helpful thread for the P5W DH

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=110193
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Its not your RAM, its the board. Does the same thing to me and many many others. I havent checked this thread in this other forum recently, and I havent updated my bios past 1305, but to my best knowledge, ASUS has not fixed it yet.

Your timings shouldnt make a big noticable difference. I too have 4-4-4-12 memory that is running at 5-6-6-18 because my FSB is past 360ish and it wont boot when I set it manually - regardless of what the stock timings are.

Heres a link to a VERY helpful thread for the P5W DH

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=110193
Thats a relief but also disappointing to hear! I've been beating a dead horse for the last 5-6 hours then heh.

Asus really have to fix this then or i'd be less inclined to recommend this mobo. I bought it through Anandtechs recommendation.

You think its something they can easily fix in a bios update

Good topic you have linked to - I've seen many others with the problem but a few folk have the 400x9 setting with ram ratings of 4-4-4-12. Seems like quite an unstable board at the moment.

Found a new beta bios 1601. Can't see any differences!

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