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hi!! everyone:

i am new to this forum, and i am new to my p5n32-e sli, my problem is that i got the board with bios 1205 but it's not running stable so i flashed it to the newest bios 1701 and i try to OC it however i can't get it to work, so i go back to the defalut MB setting but my system is still unstable, i tried to run prime95 and can't get all 4 workers to work for long time(i think each workers means each core right?) and system some times restarts itself, plz help me out here!!!
Edited by TDKai - 4/13/09 at 8:18am
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sorry i forgot to mention that i am using Everestand Coretemp to monitor the temperatures(plz let me know if there is any better program for vist x64)

system at idel
SPP 53*c
MCP 52*c
(i am know they are North and South bridge but not sure which one is whick)

CPU
core0 33*c
core1 31*c
core2 28*c
core3 32*c
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The northbridge is (what's in the name) at the top, the southbridge is beneath. Cores seems to be fine, bridges also. PSU should be fine too.

Maybe you can run you PC with just one bank of memory? What does Prime do if you test the minimum of hardware? Try to encapsulate your problem in that way to get the hardwarepart that is causes the problems you have. Did you run a memtest already?

Computers can also get unstable using to much hardware on one powerline. Or using cheap fans with cheap connectors, and putting that in front of you harddrive. Try to assemble it in a way that the important parts having there own powercord. Other parts like fans, lights and stuff like that can have there own powercord in that way. Even the use of more sata-connectors on one powerline can cause problems, for that read the manual of your PSU
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The northbridge is (what's in the name) at the top, the southbridge is beneath. Cores seems to be fine, bridges also. PSU should be fine too.

Maybe you can run you PC with just one bank of memory? What does Prime do if you test the minimum of hardware? Try to encapsulate your problem in that way to get the hardwarepart that is causes the problems you have. Did you run a memtest already?

Computers can also get unstable using to much hardware on one powerline. Or using cheap fans with cheap connectors, and putting that in front of you harddrive. Try to assemble it in a way that the important parts having there own powercord. Other parts like fans, lights and stuff like that can have there own powercord in that way. Even the use of more sata-connectors on one powerline can cause problems, for that read the manual of your PSU
hi Tarabass:
thx for ur reply and thx for ur solution, i tried to re-arrange the power line and now i am testing with one Ram only, and it's running all 4 core now and all of them just passed 1024k woot!!!(first time ever)

however here are my questions; looking at the situation, the problem is causing by motherboard? or the Ram? on the users manual it indicated that the motherboard only support up to DDR2-800MHz and i am using the 1066MHz Ram(total 4GB).

if the problem is by the motherboard what do i do? and if it's the memory what do i do?(maybe change to another barnd? or just use DDR2-800MHz?)

plz help me out guys and thx again!!!
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anyone? plz help me out here
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hi Tarabass:
thx for ur reply and thx for ur solution, i tried to re-arrange the power line and now i am testing with one Ram only, and it's running all 4 core now and all of them just passed 1024k woot!!!(first time ever)

however here are my questions; looking at the situation, the problem is causing by motherboard? or the Ram? on the users manual it indicated that the motherboard only support up to DDR2-800MHz and i am using the 1066MHz Ram(total 4GB).

if the problem is by the motherboard what do i do? and if it's the memory what do i do?(maybe change to another barnd? or just use DDR2-800MHz?)

plz help me out guys and thx again!!!
The motherboard does support up to 1333 FSB, so with your memory you're good. That's what I think though, saw some guys within this thread running some 1066 memory. The motherboard is a bit picky about the memory. There's a vendor list for this motherboard, but as I can tell you my GeIL memory banks aren't on it and they just running fine. So it good be that the motherboard does not support your brand, although that's a trial-and-error proces. Now you passed the 1024k did you managed to get it run with all the memory? And does your computer feel stable just using it? Try to get it run stable, maybe you can underclock (sorry guys lol) your memory banks to 800mhz? Would like to hear what you are doing and what did work
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hi again tarabass:

i did pass the 1024k, however i did it by putting only one stick on the board, and it's running default 800mhz, so i return the Mushkin memory cause i decide to try another brand; any suggestions?
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oh and i just figure that on the list, highest speed qualified it's ddr2 800..........so where is the list for 1066???
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hi again tarabass:

i did pass the 1024k, however i did it by putting only one stick on the board, and it's running default 800mhz, so i return the Mushkin memory cause i decide to try another brand; any suggestions?
Just install the memory one at a time and then load setup defaults and set the voltage in the Bios @ 2.2V (!important) and run www.memtest.org! But with any ASUS MB you should disable legacy USB when running this program.

Your computer is running on this memory, so it seems to be supported. What I suggest is trying the above first before buying new ones. It's the hard way, but the fun way
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anyone know why i cant set my voltage?? its either 2.2 or ignore.
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