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Originally Posted by RagingInferno View Post
? *scratches head* ?
It says:
RAM : 4096 MB DDR2 Dual Channel
RAM Speed : 535.8 MHz (3:8) @ 5-5-5-15
Slot 1 : 2048MB (6400)
Slot 1 Manufacturer : Corsair
Slot 2 : 2048MB (6400)
Slot 2 Manufacturer : Corsair

Don't know what happend there... they stock 1066 sticks. Think anybody else is like this?
Funny you should ask. I just posted this earlier today in Exx's help thread and I to have that strange/wierd phenomenon. I think it might be related to the divider. IDK I have mine overclocked from DDR800 settings in the bios so that would be my suspicion as to why. Other then that your guess is as good as mine.
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Awesome!

Need benchmarks too? In case they want to compare an am3 board with our am2/am2+?
wow your 260 blasts my 8800GTS and your CPU score is not too far behind. cant wait for DX11 cards
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Funny you should ask. I just posted this earlier today in Exx's help thread and I to have that strange/wierd phenomenon. I think it might be related to the divider. IDK I have mine overclocked from DDR800 settings in the bios so that would be my suspicion as to why. Other then that your guess is as good as mine.
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wow your 260 blasts my 8800GTS and your CPU score is not too far behind. cant wait for DX11 cards
Totally worth the upgrade from the 8800GT! I wonder if we will hit this PCI-e 1.0 bottleneck with our boards for the DX11 cards... But yeah I should be good for a while... Should...
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Originally Posted by RagingInferno View Post
? *scratches head* ?
It says:
RAM : 4096 MB DDR2 Dual Channel
RAM Speed : 535.8 MHz (3:8) @ 5-5-5-15
Slot 1 : 2048MB (6400)
Slot 1 Manufacturer : Corsair
Slot 2 : 2048MB (6400)
Slot 2 Manufacturer : Corsair

Don't know what happend there... they stock 1066 sticks. Think anybody else is like this?
N2Gaming, in regards to RagingInferno's question above aren't the M2N's only capable of going up to a DDR2-800 divider? Perhaps this is why PC2-6400 is listed
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N2Gaming, in regards to RagingInferno's question above aren't the M2N's only capable of going up to a DDR2-800 divider? Perhaps this is why PC2-6400 is listed
In short yes but it more or less depend on what cpu is installed. Once you install a cpu that is capable of ddr1066 and you have the bios updated then you get the DDR1066 options in the bios. My Destroyer is what I was using when I posted that cpuz link and it has DDR1066 ram spds in the bios options. I'll have to check to see if I can do DDR1066 w/the X2 5400+ BE Just to verify this. I will double post back here in a minute if no one else post's before I get you a definitive answer.
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Hmm well for some reason I Have the ddr1066 ram option in the bios on the Destroyer w/the x2 5400+ BE cpu installed. So You may be correct but that don't explain why it would be like that on my Destoyer unless the ram controller on the cpu is what causes this. I don't have a good answer for you as of yet because the ram controller on the X4 940 is DDR1066 capable on the M2N32.
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Hmm well for some reason I Have the ddr1066 ram option in the bios on the Destroyer w/the x2 5400+ BE cpu installed. So You may be correct but that don't explain why it would be like that on my Destoyer unless the ram controller on the cpu is what causes this.
N2Gaming, you may be right about the IMC on the 5400+. Perhaps it can't handle such high memory frequencies
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N2Gaming, you may be right about the IMC on the 5400+. Perhaps it can't handle such high memory frequencies
I think it has to do w/the ram divder selected in the bios. I'll try the DDR1066 w/the x2 5400+ just to see if it post and what cpuz reports w/ddr1066 settings if it's capable.
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well even if I select the DDR1066 in the bios the ram is still defaulted to slower spd's. I overclocked the fsb just to try to get the ram spd closer to 533 but you can see I'm not even close... any way here is what cpuz validation says w/bios ddr1066 selected and I also took a screen shot of the spd tab. Notice the ram states as pc2 6400 but the model number has 8500 in it for PC8500 ram. puzzling for sure. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=672613
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N2Gaming, thank you for sharing those results. Indeed this is interesting
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