Ok, first things first, did you look at the sticker on your memory to find the rated timings and voltage? If not, please do that and let me know what it says, because there's many 2x2GB DDR2 1066 kits from OCZ and some use different voltages and timings.
Second, I see your DRAM voltage is still set to Auto, not a good idea. Once you check the sticker for the voltage, manually set it to that in the DRAM voltage option (probably 2.1v, but could be anywhere from 1.8v - 2.2v depending on which set you bought).
As for the timings, when you went into the menu called "Advance DRAM Configuration", did you see the "DRAM Timing Mode" option? It's the first option. Change it from Auto to DCT 0, I think that will open up more options for the timings. According to this thread
, you should get the following options (or something similar):
CAS Latency (CL) = 5 CLK
TRCD = 5 CLK
TRP = 5 CLK
tRTP = [Auto]
TRAS = 15 CLK
TRC = [Auto]
tWR = [Auto]
TRRD = [Auto]
tWTR = [Auto]
tRFC0 = [Auto]
tRFC1 = [Auto]
tRFC2 = [Auto]
tRFC3 = [Auto]
That alone (and changing your DRAM voltage) may be enough to make it work, but we may have to manually set some of those other timings. If there is a way to change the tRAS from 15 to 18 do it. You may also want to try selecting DCT 1 instead of DCT 0 and see what that does. Again, the videos are a great help, plz keep them coming.
EDIT: Oh wow totally missed that there was a page 8 to this thread haha, I was going off your first response to my response. Yea from your videos looks like my hunch was correct, and with sccr's input I now understand the DCT 0 and DCT 1 thing, it's for the different modules. Definitely make sure you use the "both" option.
Your timings looked great. You might want to manually loosen the tRFC values to something like 105ns (or looser). Make sure you loosen all of the tRFC values (0, 1, 2, 3), and that they're set to the same value. Technically you only have to loosen the 2 that are occupied by your memory, but it doesn't hurt to adjust all 4.
And I still don't see any videos of you manually setting the voltage, that's easy to change and will certainly give you problems if it's too low. Plz look up what voltage your memory needs. I'm guessing 2.1v but I can't be certain, it depends on the IC's used in your memory and again, OCZ uses a lot of different manufacturers so we can't say for sure without you checking.Edited by durch - 9/22/10 at 9:31am