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If you are thinking about those Patriots, then you will probably have clearance issues.
It's best not to mix RAM, whether it be different specs, or even different brands.
XFX GTS250 $169.99 CAD - http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...anufacture=XFX
Ya that is one that I was looking at. Memory express had both the bfg and evga 250's. A bit more cash but by the time I add in shipping I could just get them here for almost the same price, and a lot quicker. But I am still going to be looking from Sunday on for some price drops...hopefully.

I was going to go with another gtx+ but man what are they thinking by selling them for 40 more than the 250 is priced at? That's pretty stupid if you ask me. So maybe, just maybe, I can get both ram and gpu. Then my ppd will get raised quite alot with the gtx+/gts being the same shader count. Now to get my m2n-sli running with my old x2 5kbe and the 98gt.

Now I gotta do some thinking towards running xp64 I think. I've stuck with 32bit for this long cause I didn't need the extra memory but now I guess I'll have to bit the time and install a 64bit os. Either stick with xp or go towards one of the server os's, 2003?, and convert it to a workstation. There is a thread about it here and I am going to reread it before I do anything drastic, or until I get my new ram.

Thanks for all of the links spaceballs, but I think I will end up with the muskin's as I have read that they are good. Do you know what the chip is that is used for the mem? I don't know much about ram so any ideas I read will help me to learn.
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Anything else? Oh and cpu-z v1.5 gives the same results as well. How do those everest results compare to a normal system similar to mine?

Stumps. I'm not sure if you are running your system with overclocking or if you are running it stock. If stock is how your are trying to run it then your ram divider is your problem I would assume or you just need to RMA the board again. you are not running any thing close to ddr800 and I feel that may be your biggest struggle w/performance. Please do us all a favor and click on me and fill in all information as much as possible. It will help us all out in the long run.
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Well, I have tried flashing to 3 other bios's, 1503, 1802 and 1201. Both 1503 and 1802 gave me the same problems as before and 1201 appears to have fixed it. But this kinda sucks, does this mean I can't run a phenom? I might just rma it again if you guys can't figure anything out. Oh and I am running completely stock by the way.
Edited by Stumps - 3/20/09 at 8:29am
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I already purchased one from Asus. the mobo has some kind of defective circuit. becuase it powers off like 2-4 seconds after you power it on.
try lightly pulling on the ram locks while powering up min has a prob in the PCB but once I get it going I have no probs. Kinda sucks but I really like this board and am not ready to buy a new one.

Stumps: I think you need to RMA the board I have no clue as to how you got a mem divisor of 13 highest mine goes is 10 plus the HT prob, send it back if you can! The reason you are going so slow is that your ram is running at 386. As for comparrison go to the benchmark tab in everest pick a bench and refresh it will then benchmark.
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try lightly pulling on the ram locks while powering up min has a prob in the PCB but once I get it going I have no probs. Kinda sucks but I really like this board and am not ready to buy a new one.

Stumps: I think you need to RMA the board I have no clue as to how you got a mem divisor of 13 highest mine goes is 10 plus the HT prob, send it back if you can! The reason you are going so slow is that your ram is running at 386. As for comparrison go to the benchmark tab in everest pick a bench and refresh it will then benchmark.
My new RAM was incredibly awkward to get properly seated in the slots, btw. Same can go for PCI/PCIe cards, etc. Even if your RAM runs, if it's not well-seated, you can get voltage irregularities, and thus memory errors.
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My new RAM was incredibly awkward to get properly seated in the slots, btw. Same can go for PCI/PCIe cards, etc. Even if your RAM runs, if it's not well-seated, you can get voltage irregularities, and thus memory errors.
I know its not the ram or card I got the MB from a friend for $20 he was using an ungodly heavy HS which warped my board and possibly cracked some of the internal structure. If I take it out of the case then there is never an issue but inside if it has cooled I have to do that but like I said once it is up there is no issues.

BTW: I just found something that hopefully everyone here will enjoy. take a look at the screen shot.
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I know its not the ram or card I got the MB from a friend for $20 he was using an ungodly heavy HS which warped my board and possibly cracked some of the internal structure. If I take it out of the case then there is never an issue but inside if it has cooled I have to do that but like I said once it is up there is no issues.

BTW: I just found something that hopefully everyone here will enjoy. take a look at the screen shot.
that looks like another good tool to have in your arsenal, kind of like the PC Probe II, In regards to the WS Pro board. I can't even get a beep code to even tell me that the system does not detect ram. I push the power button the fans spin for about 2 seconds then the power goes off and the fans slowly spin back down. So to be perfectly honest w/u I Highly doubt it's a Ram issue.
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that looks like another good tool to have in your arsenal, kind of like the PC Probe II, In regards to the WS Pro board. I can't even get a beep code to even tell me that the system does not detect ram. I push the power button the fans spin for about 2 seconds then the power goes off and the fans slowly spin back down. So to be perfectly honest w/u I Highly doubt it's a Ram issue.
Yours has a speaker? well arent you lucky. But that is the exact same thing mine does fans spool all the way up for about two secs and then powers off if I don't do that. as far as a ram issue what I should have said was to pull on the MB lightly(after removing a screw or to) I should have asked do you have it in a case, or on a tray? Also is your board warped at all?
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Yours has a speaker? well arent you lucky. But that is the exact same thing mine does fans spool all the way up for about two secs and then powers off if I don't do that. as far as a ram issue what I should have said was to pull on the MB lightly(after removing a screw or to) I should have asked do you have it in a case, or on a tray? Also is your board warped at all?
not warped tried it both in and out of case. just powers on and back off almost immediately
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whats the max temp of this mobo?
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