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N2Gaming, ahhh you are correct. Sorry about that
NP I have links close to the top of the OP of this club thread under the ASUS section for bios and FAQ on the M2N SLI, M2N SLI Deluxe & M2N32 SLI Deluxe Wifi. It makes it very easy to look up info at the click of a button.
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NP I have links close to the top of the OP of this club thread under the ASUS section for bios and FAQ on the M2N SLI, M2N SLI Deluxe & M2N32 SLI Deluxe Wifi. It makes it very easy to look up info at the click of a button.
N2Gaming, figures....I shouldn't put all my trust into google. I'll make sure to view the OP page first

Thank you for the info
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Very cool... thank you guys! Now I just have to figure out why I have no option of anything higher than 1.3v.
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Fossil, 1.8 volts is the JEDEC standard for DDR2. It really depends on the model of the memory and what the manufacturer specified. What model G.Skill set were you running? If you have the 2GBHK kit then that is 2.0-2.1 volts which might of made 1.8 volts not enough.

Sorry, I forgot to respond to your post earlier
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231098

That is what I had. I left the timings at 5-5-5-15 and the voltage at 1.8v.

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Fossil I only increased my vdimm just because after ocing my ram i was stable 3h orthos run but my pc was a bit laggy so u pumped my vdimm about 0.025 up just to give my ram a bit more fuel to run smoothly and this solved the laging i had.And be sure before ocing you have suficient cooling on your sticks...!!!!
I didn't feel they needed a bump in voltage even though they tended to lag sometimes. So a minor bump might've helped. And besides the metal heatspreaders they have on them I've only got my 120mm in the front grill blowing air towards them and the Xiggy. So air does move around.

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Very cool... thank you guys! Now I just have to figure out why I have no option of anything higher than 1.3v.
The non-deluxe version was limited and does not have most of the advanced BIOS settings or higher voltage choices. I built my friend's pc with that board as well and noticed the differences of it and mine.

EDIT: Well guys my RMA was accepted and I sent the RAM out yesterday. I feel so lost with only 1gb it is rediculous.

But hey I don't have any more double booting which is a god send. Amazing that ram module was the cause for all of that.
Edited by Fossil - 7/1/09 at 12:08pm
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is there any sort of workaround with this... custom bios maybe? or is it a hardware problem?

I did some digging, but I didn't turn up any custom bios for the sli... only the Deluxe. Maybe I'll just be buying a new motherboard first, ehh?
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is there any sort of workaround with this... custom bios maybe? or is it a hardware problem?

I did some digging, but I didn't turn up any custom bios for the sli... only the Deluxe. Maybe I'll just be buying a new motherboard first, ehh?
As a matter of fact there is a few things you can look into. One being a bios mod. Look on the OP of this club thread for a bios mods link. Then you always have the volt mod option but don't ask me how cause I would not know where to begin. Lastly I think you may be able to use software to overvolt your cpu. I can check around for that and get back to you.

Systool is the only thing I could find so far and I don't think it has Voltage adjustments. In all honesty I think your gonna be hardware limited voltage wise so you may only have a voltmod or bios option.
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As a matter of fact there is a few things you can look into. One being a bios mod. Look on the OP of this club thread for a bios mods link. Then you always have the volt mod option but don't ask me how cause I would not know where to begin. Lastly I think you may be able to use software to overvolt your cpu. I can check around for that and get back to you.

Systool is the only thing I could find so far and I don't think it has Voltage adjustments. In all honesty I think your gonna be hardware limited voltage wise so you may only have a voltmod or bios option.

Yeah, the bios mod in the OP is what I was referring to. The only one listed is for an M2N-SLI Deluxe. Nothing for my mobo.

I dont think a software workaround is going to do it since I can't even get it to boot into windows if I go any higher. There is no "instability" in between. It goes from being rock solid at 234 (ran for 48 hours at full load) to not booting at 235. I can go up to 250 before it stops posting though.
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Yeah, the bios mod in the OP is what I was referring to. The only one listed is for an M2N-SLI Deluxe. Nothing for my mobo.

I dont think a software workaround is going to do it since I can't even get it to boot into windows if I go any higher. There is no "instability" in between. It goes from being rock solid at 234 (ran for 48 hours at full load) to not booting at 235. I can go up to 250 before it stops posting though.
What is your ram overclocked to at 234? Have you tried to lower your ram divider to the a slower divider? Have you tried to loosen you ram timings when pushing to that level of overclock. Additionally You may want to check you temps during a full load stress test to make sure it's not temp related. Anther thing is to make sure your power supply is adequate for all your hardware and that you don't have any power spikes or dips while overclocking. More volts will mostlikely get your cpu to boot into windows but make sure you exhause all your options before you throw in the towel.

Edit: Do you have a chipset and HT link voltage option in the bios? If so have you tried to bump those up a notch or two?
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Hey sign me up to this club!

The info on here is excellent.

I have an M2N32 sli deluxe with a Ph II X4 940 @ 3.6Ghz
How do i post my system specs at the bottom?
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Hey sign me up to this club!

The info on here is excellent.

I have an M2N32 sli deluxe with a Ph II X4 940 @ 3.6Ghz
How do i post my system specs at the bottom?
Hiya Zero. Just got here if you are logged in to the site under your user name.
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