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Hey that x2 6000+ is that the 3000Mhz or the 3100Mhz model? I think you should play with your timings and lower your fsb as slink has suggested. raise your fsb lower your multi and watch your ram bandwith improve. Oh yeah and get a copy of Everest Ultimate 4.60 so you can see the difference your ram bandwidth is making for your spd's. 3dmark06 is mostly cpu intesive w/a little gpu. You'll also want to know your ram spd as well and everest will tell you system temps, will stress test system, will give you ram bandwidth spd and tell you a lot of info all rapped up in one application
I have this one here the one with the 2MB L2 cache. And I just downloaded the full version of Everest at work so when I get home tonight I will get it installed. But when I get back from vacation I will really start doing some testing and post some different scores with the setting to show everyone what the different mulitpliers and timings are doing. Hopfully my wife has me all packed up so I do not need to pack tonight before I leave in the morning.
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I have this one here the one with the 2MB L2 cache. And I just downloaded the full version of Everest at work so when I get home tonight I will get it installed. But when I get back from vacation I will really start doing some testing and post some different scores with the setting to show everyone what the different mulitpliers and timings are doing. Hopfully my wife has me all packed up so I do not need to pack tonight before I leave in the morning.
Oh. you opted for bigger cache and hotter running cpu. here were the 6000+ options that may be one of the biggest problems. those cpu's run hot and make your mobo run hotter as well...
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Oh. you opted for bigger cache and hotter running cpu. here were the 6000+ options that may be one of the biggest problems. those cpu's run hot and make your mobo run hotter as well...
I purchased mine over a year ago so I think it was the only option.
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I purchased mine over a year ago so I think it was the only option.
Ya I'm guessing the price prolly sucked eggs as well
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Anybody know the maximum memory module capacity and speeds handeled of the slots on this mb
I heard it was 16gigs of 800mhz Pc6400...is that right or wrong?
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Anybody know the maximum memory module capacity and speeds handeled of the slots on this mb
I heard it was 16gigs of 800mhz Pc6400...is that right or wrong?
give me a second I'll look it up in my user manual. from my memroy if it serves me correct 8gig is max. I'll look at get back to ya.

Edit: This is an am2 board and it was designed for pc6400 ddr800 ram with 4 x 2 gig sticks for a total of 8 gig. Try it and let us know how it works out for you
Edited by N2Gaming - 1/31/09 at 10:26am
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Anybody know the maximum memory module capacity and speeds handeled of the slots on this mb
I heard it was 16gigs of 800mhz Pc6400...is that right or wrong?
At the time of maunal writing July 2006 the user manual claims to be able to use singe 2 gig modules for a max of 8 gig. I don't know when they started producing 4 gig modlues. So I think you have a 50/50 chance either way. For the most part I would think that they will work. I have a question for you. Why are needing 16 gig of ram and what are the timings and voltage requirments on the ram you intend to use ???
Edited by N2Gaming - 1/31/09 at 9:57am
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What he said. ^

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Anybody know the maximum memory module capacity and speeds handeled of the slots on this mb
I heard it was 16gigs of 800mhz Pc6400...is that right or wrong?
The capacity and speed are respectively 8GB DDR2-800. Just Google it. Seriously, who needs 8 GB? Not gamers, fyi. Engineers, maybe. Your PC could be used as a server... heh
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I did a little research over at the Asus Forum and it looks as if a couple of m2n32 sli deluxe users are having some problems using 8 gig of ram. One user in paticular is using a phenom x4 9950 BE but the user did not verify if the cpu was 125w or 140w version. The bottom line is there is several things you have to consider when deciding what hardware to use. how much power will you need to support it. IE cpu, hard drives, video cards, sound cards, amount of ram modules, cd/dvd rom drives, floppy etc. I like to say make sure you have a good enough power supply to handle your power requirements so you don't end up diagnosing hardware issues. For example if you were to use a Phenom x4 9950 140w edition and it post and boots with ony 2 sticks of ram then you try 4 sticks and all of a sudden it BSOD's during boot up well the oversight may be the cpu wattage. you may think you don't have a big enough power supply but the real problem would be the cpu and it's hunger for power that it just will never properly get on this board. You could use 4 sticks of ram and up your voltage to say .1v over stock becuase you will need to do so for stability purposes. 4 sticks require more power then 2. Additionally you may have to play around with your ram timings in order to get it to work. From the limited experiance I have stock timings will not always work and you have to play aroud with the timings untill you find the majical numbers that make your mobo, cpu and ram happy. Hope this helps. Look at me spewing out text.
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