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Well i went into the bios but no luck. I couldn't find it. Maybe i missed something. Here is where you can tweak the voltages of things. If you see what i need to do to make this problem stop, point it out in the bios and tell me what i need to change it to. Thanks.

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start at the setting "CAS Latency Time" and end at the setting "Precharge Delay (tRAS)" and set those 4 settings to 4, 4, 4, 12 in that order. leave the rest of those timings on auto.

then go down to the bottom and set DDR2 overvoltage control to 0.4v (I *think*). I'm not 100% sure on this, because I don't know what voltage your board is setting by default. The 0.4v is based on the assumption that it's giving the default ddr2 voltage 1.8v. You might want to go to the DS3R thread in the motherboard forum and ask them about it. Someone there has to have your board.
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start at the setting "CAS Latency Time" and end at the setting "Precharge Delay (tRAS)" and set those 4 settings to 4, 4, 4, 12 in that order. leave the rest of those timings on auto.

then go down to the bottom and set DDR2 overvoltage control to 0.4v (I *think*). I'm not 100% sure on this, because I don't know what voltage your board is setting by default. The 0.4v is based on the assumption that it's giving the default ddr2 voltage 1.8v. You might want to go to the DS3R thread in the motherboard forum and ask them about it. Someone there has to have your board.
Well i changed the cas latency to 4,4,4,12. So far, no restarting. I also changed the ddr2 overvoltage control to .4v. While in the bios, i noticed that instead of running at 800mhz, my RAM is running at 667mhz which my motherboard does not support. I will change the multiplier until it is at 800mhz if my computer restarts. Am i doing everything right?
    
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I'm having a similar problem with the same ram. I get bsods running at 4-4-4-12 timings and 2.2v. I'm running 5-5-5-15 at 2.0v and so far it seems okay. Once I confirm its my ram, I think i'm going to RMA
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mike you should definitely set your settings for 800mhz instead of 667.

like others said, make sure your ram settings are in Completely STOCK settings which would including that setting.

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I was getting the same BSOD dude. I even tried running stock settings and no luck. I put my overclock back on and changed my timings to 4-4-4-12 @ 851mhz with 2.2v and it seems to be working. It use to be at the same settings except 5-4-4-12. I'm not sure if that was the fix. I also had no luck finding any help on the interwebz .
post #17 of 23
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Well my problem is fixed. I have had my computer on for more than 5 hours with no restarts whatsoever. Like i said, i went into my bios and increased my voltage by 0.4v and then i changed the cas latency back to 4-4-4-12. I am going to change the ram multiplier so it is 800mhz. Right now, it is at 667mhz. What should the multiplier be? 2.4?
    
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post #18 of 23
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I'm having a similar problem with the same ram. I get bsods running at 4-4-4-12 timings and 2.2v. I'm running 5-5-5-15 at 2.0v and so far it seems okay. Once I confirm its my ram, I think i'm going to RMA
That's probably your MCH. Try upping MCH voltage to ~1.4 or 1.45v. If that fixes your problem it has nothing to do with the RAM, it's just the MCH on your board having trouble keeping up.

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Well my problem is fixed. I have had my computer on for more than 5 hours with no restarts whatsoever. Like i said, i went into my bios and increased my voltage by 0.4v and then i changed the cas latency back to 4-4-4-12. I am going to change the ram multiplier so it is 800mhz. Right now, it is at 667mhz. What should the multiplier be? 2.4?
Glad it worked for you I figured it was a problem with the board setting timings and voltage correctly.

The correct multi depends on your CPU FSB. If your CPU is at stock (266) it should be 1.5 (400 x 2 = 800).
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Well for some reason, my windows got messed up so I had to do a repair, but it wouldn't boot into the windows disc until I removed one of my ram sticks. Does this mean one of them died?
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Well for some reason, my windows got messed up so I had to do a repair, but it wouldn't boot into the windows disc until I removed one of my ram sticks. Does this mean one of them died?
no not all the time. A bad overclock can make Windows BOOT file screwy. I normally turn the PC off and unplug it. Then I'll either switch the jumper setting from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds then back to pins1-2 OR you can remove the battery for a few seconds and pop it back in. That will usually fix my boot up.
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