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Originally Posted by N2Gaming View Post
Funny thing you should mention the 1T & 2T command timing. my ebay sli dr board will not run any ram at a 1T command rate. well I can get it to boot into windows w/1T but the second I run everest cache and memory benchmark the system crashes and restarts it self. is this a common problem w these boards or does this board have some sort of defect??? Any one have any idea's as to a componant fix???

So far that is the only thing that I have been able to find wrong with the board other then it takes a little longer to boot then my other sli dr board. I wonder if the cpu has something to do with the speed of which it detects the ram and runs post to finally booting into windows. I don't remember the board with the opty 180 taking this long when I had the 3500+ in it.
N2Gaming, I don't necessarily think it's a common problem. I believe it's more of your memory being capable of running at those speeds. With these DFI boards being so picky, it's extremely hard sometimes.

Your 3500+ was a single core so there is a bit of a difference. Have you installed the dual core optimizer? Have you configured your boot.ini to load with "two cores"? Go to Start -> Run and type, "msconfig". Go to the boot.ini tab -> Advanced Options. Where it says, "/NUMPROC=" change it to 2. It may not help but it's worth a shot.

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thanks I'll have to reboot for the cpu=2 to take affect.

I'm not actually worried about the opty 180 pc running the crucial ballistix ddr500. I'm more concerned with the sli dr board I got on ebay for $18.00. You see I'm trying to use the same ram module that I removed from the opty 180 pc and I know for a fact that is is very capable of running 1T at stock settings. for some reason the ebay board will not run 1T for any thing. I know it has something to do with the board wether or not it's related to a board revision I don't know but I do know the ram is very capable of running 1T. I have tried the bios it came with when I got it the board and I think it was 406 I have also tried 623 and I'm on 329 right now. orthose runs fine at stock spd's but just can't get T I guess it's not a big thing not being able to run 1T but I just think there is something wrong with the board some how...
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N2Gaming, have you tried testing 1T with one stick of memory?

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I have two 1GB sticks of Crucial Ballistix and I'm unable to run them at 1T without running into issues in both my MSI K8N and my ASUS A8V, in both single and dual configurations.



If it's any worth, I understand your pain... so to speak.
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This is nothing more than your run-of-the-mill LANParty UT nF4 Ultra-D, likely a later revision which does not permit the SLI-mod. The "/G" tag denotes the presence of two PCI-E "G"raphics slots on the board; you can use both simultaneously, if I'm not mistaken, but not in SLI. I'm fairly sure that the SLI bridge is not included in the packaging (the first series of Ultra-Ds did have the SLI bridge; this is one clue that the board can be modded to do SLI, in fact).

(As an aside, it's odd for DFI to add the "/G" designation to the motherboard's model name, since the Ultra-D -- /G and non-/G -- has always had two PCI-E graphics slots on it.

Who knows that goes on in the minds of the marketing people, eh?)
Awesome, thanks Joe This sounds like the perfect folding board! I looked in to that SLI mod, it appears to be very easy to do, and supposedly all of the NF4 chips have the ability to run SATAII and SLI (if you have 2 slots). Granted it would only run @ 8x, but whatever. After i do the initial build and check the board out make sure its all up to snuff, I might mod it. But I wont be able to tell until I pop that heatsink off.

I too thought it was kind of odd that there wasnt much documentation about the board on the net. Maybe its a REALLY late revision after the 939's hayday and it just fell by the wayside. Who knows?


Did DFI ever manufacture boards for other companies, kind of like Asus for Gateway or was it HP?
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Did DFI ever manufacture boards for other companies, kind of like Asus for Gateway or was it HP?
BlackOmega, I've worked with a lot of HP dekstops and majority of the boards come from Asus. All of them are proprietary though meaning they are specifically designed for that model computer. HP also manufactures their own boards as well. Gateway uses a 3rd party vendor as well but I am not sure who actually makes the PCB. I've also seen quite a few Emachines come with MSI boards. I guess it varies.

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I have two 1GB sticks of Crucial Ballistix and I'm unable to run them at 1T without running into issues in both my MSI K8N and my ASUS A8V, in both single and dual configurations.



If it's any worth, I understand your pain... so to speak.
JP, the ballistix ddr500 is working fine 1T with both sticks of 1x1024


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N2Gaming, have you tried testing 1T with one stick of memory?

Good luck
think3r, as a matter of fact I have not. I will be sure to try that one next. I just noticed the board will not detect all for sticks when I have them installed it's only showing 2 gig from my computer properties screen. That's using 2gig of Gskill and 2 gig of OCZ. hmm Just so you know the 1T problem occors with either the gskill or the ocz or both in at the same time. one of those weird things I guess.
Edited by N2Gaming - 12/4/08 at 2:17pm
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N2Gaming: I edited post 9787 for you, I think you may have missed it.
     
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Ookk..guys...Here's a story for ya'll.



Ok, so m 4200+ X2 arrived today. Yay. I'm posting this from it.

I got it out of the package, and in cleaning the old AS5 off, I bent 4 or 5 pins. I got most of them straight, but I broke one off. Yes, broke clean off. Socket 938. I tried it anyways, but it didn't post. I didn't think it would, so I grabbed my old DFI board, powerd PC off and went in search for a donor pin. I found one, from a BIOS chip from a DVD player, that would fit in and get electrical contact. Yay.


I broke two of them off, lost them. Third one I managed to get into the corresponding pinhole in the socket. I stuck the proc in, carefully, and lowered the lever before it was fully seated, but in enough to get good contact.

After reassembling, I put it in it's spot and hit the button. No dice. Checked, forgot ATX and CPU power. D'oh! Plugged them in, tried again. Nothing. Checked, ATX wasn't fully seated. Fixed that, hit the button and POST. YAYAY!

Booted right into Windows, and temps are good. 24C/26C and 29C average. Everest and Windows know there's a dual, and know that it is, indeed, a 4200+ X2.


And that is how I became God, folks.






Side effect? I won't be able to rape my Venice like I originally planned. My donor pin is contacting simply from friction in the socket, and I doubt I'd be able to get it to touch again if I had to try. That dual is not coming out untill it is 100% fubar.


Anyone willing to push it for me? Pay shipping, I'll send it to you, and await the dumps. Otherwise, I'll have to keep it as a spare...it does work fine at stock. Might other try to do an x-mas gaming build for a 12-year-old cousin too, if anyone's got a mobo, PSU, GPU and ram to donate.
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