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Screwed up RAM timings. Now I have a $1500 night light... :(

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Well I was playing with my RAM timings last night. I got them down to 4-4-4-10. I tried for 3 on the first one (not imagining it would work but hey, this stuff can be fixed, right?) and I boot up. I get a loooong beep. So nothing new I just restart it because the mobo has the CrashFree BIOS. Well it doesn't work. OK no biggie so I go in and reset the CMOS. Move the pins. Doesn't post or anything. Move the pins again and this time take out the battery. Nothing again. ***?? So I go buy a new little CR2032 battery. Still nothing.

Now I'm lost. I don't know what to do. This thing wont even post and all I did was put the RAM timing down a notch. I have to go but any help is more than appreciated. I'll be back later to see if there is any good help that people have offered.

Sorry, I'm just at a TOTAL loss right now.
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Do you have some extra ram to test with?

If so try with other ram.

fingers crossed it's only your ram that's fried
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post #3 of 20
try each stick individually (maybe you only killed one)
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is it a asus a8n32 mobo? I had the same problem. well it didn't fix. tried every thing. flashing and removing the battery. replaced the battery from my other mobo.
brand new mobo and its dead. sad part I can't even RMA it cause I had to use the heatsink holder for my other mobo.
I don't know if its the memory stick cause when I used my old mobo, the memory sticks worked fine. so now I havet toucched it and won't in the future cause its very good enough as it is
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Well, we shall see. My mobo isn't the same as yours, but I'm going to go try out the RAM individually.

Rats, didn't think I'd fry anything by screwing with the timing. I've done it before with no problem. Guess this time I was just unlucky.
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Well either both sticks are dead, or the mobo is shot. Everything turns on and powers up, but no post present.

Any other ideas? Buying both new will cost $500 roughly so I'd like to avoid that, though it seems I just might have to.
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Just reset the CMOS...move the jumper let stand for 30 sec, move jumper back and whamo...you're back in business.
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post #8 of 20
Changing ram timings cannot fry ram... Atleast thats what I was told.

Try resetting the BIOS, load the defaults. If you cant get to bios, do what the above poster said.
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no you cant fry ram changing timings lmao
    
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post #10 of 20
You cannot fry anything or damage a component by overclocking it, changing its timings... what will damage it is the heat that is caused by this overclock and the voltage used to attain this overclock. If you changed the modules voltage, then that's the problem.
    
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