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Edit ur profile with ur system
How do i do this? I clicked on my name and it brought me to my profile and I went to system but it will not let me edit anything.
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U have to type it.
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It's hard to say. At this point I don't think it would be wise to spend a lot of money on an older Socket 775 setup like that. I would just run it with 6 gigs and let it go at that. If you decide you really need the 8 gigs I would replace that one stick of Patriot with another matching Crucial stick with the same timings and part number. That one stick of Crucial is about $30 while 8gigs of PC2-1066 (4 x 2g) would run you about $150 unless you can find some used stuff in one of the forums.
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf View Post
It's hard to say. At this point I don't think it would be wise to spend a lot of money on an older Socket 775 setup like that. I would just run it with 6 gigs and let it go at that. If you decide you really need the 8 gigs I would replace that one stick of Patriot with another matching Crucial stick with the same timings and part number. That one stick of Crucial is about $30 while 8gigs of PC2-1066 (4 x 2g) would run you about $150 unless you can find some used stuff in one of the forums.
Ya I think I will do that. But if I come acros any for cheap I will upgrade this memory that I have now I only paid $10 off of craigslist. Would you recommend an RMA with the Patriot memory that I took out?
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You would need to try that Patriot by itself to see how it works that way to figure that out. I'm thinking that the problem is due to it's different ram timings conflicting with the other ram and with the bios set to auto or spd it's dialing everything back to what it considers a safe settings. A more experienced user could probably tweak the settings manually to get them to play nice together.

Nice job on the System Specs.
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Alright, looking for some help on determining if my mobo has gone bad.

Two weeks ago I replaced my Thermaltake Big Typhoon of 6 years with a Hyper 212+. The Big Typhoon had an adhesive on the under side of the mobo that I had to scrape with a phillips to get off. I was scared that I was somehow going to damage the mobo. I put on the Hyper 212+ and boot up the computer only for it to continually restart after 5 seconds endlessly. I suspected a RAM error and took out the RAM and played with the settings. After tinkering I found that I could only get it to post when the RAM was in slots 1 & 2 as single channel. But it was working so that was fine with me

A week ago I started experiencing various BSOD's while gaming as well as full on lockups. Eventually I would get lockups while browsing web sites or going through iTunes. I thought it was my overclock so I put it down to stock. More lockups happened so I reset my BIOS. I ran memtest and came up with 80+ errors after a few passes on each stick. I submitted a report to a forums where the consensus was faulty RAM. Later that week I memtest'd a stick and it went the full test without failing. I was even able to play Portal 2 for a little bit without lockups.

This past weekend I went home and discovered that my computer is reverting to the endless 5 second restarts. To troubleshoot I did the following:

1. Plugged in my brother's 585 watt hec power supply (not the greatest but should do), unplugged all the fans/hd, and swapped in his 5570 for my video card. Same results. So I'm ruling out the power supply.

2. Tried all configurations of my own RAM. I then a 2GB stick of my brother's RAM with also no results. For fun I plugged in a stick of my RAM into my brother's computer and it booted. I didn't have enough time to check the stability of the computer or run memtest on it unfortunately.

3. Just tried reseating the heatsink and reapplying AS5. No luck.

So now I'm pretty stuck on what could be a problem or if I could try any other tests. I'm scared to borrow my roommate's RAM to test cause if my mobo's busted I don't want to mess up their RAM. Is there anything I can do before I go blow $500 to fix my system?
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Sounds like you might have damaged the motherboard removing the adhesive. At this point I would try taking the mobo out of the case, removing the Hyper 212+, mounting the stock heatsink, put the ram, vid card, and drives with the mobo on a table, then connect the PSU and try it out that way.
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I was able to get it up to 3.3GhZ but when I go to 3.4 windows does not want to boot. I have the Vcore set for 1.4125 but still does not want to boot.
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dont push it too much... ur memory is like mine, denying me to OC more...
if i had 1066 memory i would go for 4ghz+
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