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Originally Posted by Wriceth View Post
HI guys!

I have a 2x2gb Ocz 1066mhz.
I set @ 800 on mother.... and fsb to 260.... 260*2= 540 ---> 1040mhz. and its ok.

but... when put the memory little more fast that 1066.... the pc not start.

i think.... is the mother.... dont suport memory more fast.... .... or not?

and the other cuestion is....

SLI-READY MEMORY.... is for? ... here i see the % of OC... ?¿?¿

tHX!
Try increasing the cpu-nb ht voltage to 1.225v or 1.250v.See if that helps.

Your nb is oc'd almost 500mhz so it may need a little more voltage.

and what is the ram voltage?

I know nothing about sli memory so I can't help there. sorry.

Good luck

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Evening guys
I have read so much on this board and could not believe my luck when a trade brought me one of these boards in a good case.I had a Phenom locked 9750 2.4 ghz...not a blck chip by any means but a quad core-with a dark knight cpu cooler for my godson i couldn't wait to put it together.

Now im bumming i put a 8800gt nvidia card in it..still a great gaming card-4 gigs of ram and a fatality sound card.When i booted up all i got was a very sad 'no signal' i moved the card to the other express slot and got the same thing.Put in another card i had and nothing.reset the CMOS and pulled the battery-same thing..Called the guy i got it from said he never had an issue....riiiiight..

So im thinking my pciexpress slots are down.Someone that's has spent more time with these outstanding boards give my some hope.
Edited by Bobehud - 4/4/10 at 4:15pm
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I can`t put the memory more fast than 1066!!



any can?


the option... SLI-READY MEMORY.... for what is it?
the sli ready memory is an automatic oc feature that runs your ram higher IF it can. Dont bother with it. The highest ram divider is for 1066, i had issues with older chips and that divider but with your cpu should be fine. The only way to achieve higher than 1066 is to OC. Most will reccommend you lock the ram at 800 and OC to achieve your 1066 though.
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the sli ready memory is an automatic oc feature that runs your ram higher IF it can. Dont bother with it. The highest ram divider is for 1066, i had issues with older chips and that divider but with your cpu should be fine. The only way to achieve higher than 1066 is to OC. Most will reccommend you lock the ram at 800 and OC to achieve your 1066 though.
He is already doing that.
He is set to 800 oc'd to 1040.

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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post
Try increasing the cpu-nb ht voltage to 1.225v or 1.250v.See if that helps.

Your nb is oc'd almost 500mhz so it may need a little more voltage.

and what is the ram voltage?

I know nothing about sli memory so I can't help there. sorry.

Good luck

Gyro
OHH, i think i may have just figured something out. I think we are very limited on our NB clocks, thus probably limiting our ram speeds. I know in order to oc ram from the 1066 divider on even new boards, that i had to run the NB atleast 2.2 ghz or higher. I'd bet we're lucky if were even hitting 2ghz on our NB's in these new chips (probably barrier'd at 1.8ghz multiplier like 1st gen phenoms). I'd imagine we dont have control over the voltage for the NB either, so upping it past whatever the stock voltage will support will be hard or impossible. I'd imagine some with high Ref clk, are pushing maybe 2.2ghz on the NB locked at the 1.8ghz multi.

Take into note, 1066 ram did NOT work correctly on the first gen Phenoms either.
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Evening guys
I have read so much on this board and could not believe my luck when a trade brought me one of these boards in a good case.I had a Phenom locked 9750 2.4 ghz...not a blck chip by any means but a quad core-with a dark knight cpu cooler for my godson i couldn't wait to put it together.

Now im bumming i put a 8800gt nvidia card in it..still a great gaming card-4 gigs of ram and a fatality sound card.When i booted up all i got was a very sad 'no signal' i moved the card to the other express slot and got the same thing.Put in another card i had and nothing.reset the CMOS and pulled the battery-same thing..Called the guy i got it from said he never had an issue....riiiiight..

So im thinking my pciexpress slots are down.Someone that's has spent more time with these outstanding boards give my some hope.
Do you have a mb speaker hooked up? Are you getting any beep codes at boot?
Are you remembering to plug in the 6pin power on the gfx card?

Gyro
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No speaker i need to do that and yep the 6 pin power plugs is in place..i dble checked the card to make sure it was seated.
The Hard drive spins up i can hear that the cpu warms up i can feel that after a few minutes.Fans all come on...
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fact is its much easier to get the PII chips to work when everything is Nvidia and considering the new 300 cards are coming out and they will support D11 theres no reason to use old tech until prices drop

i was using a pair of 7900gt's up untill 4months ago simply because i've had troubles with ATI cards and the 260/280/290 cards were to expensive

now im running a 280gtx and couldn't be happier - it all comes down to personal prefrence and its his choice in the end
What ATI cards have you had trouble with? I've used a 7900GT/8800GTS/4850/5850 without any problems in my board.

a 5770 is cheaper than a 260 isn't it? so he'd be saving money AND using new tech...

If he found he did have problems with the card he could also send it back and exchange for Nvidia?

What are the new 300 cards?
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Try increasing the cpu-nb ht voltage to 1.225v or 1.250v.See if that helps.

Your nb is oc'd almost 500mhz so it may need a little more voltage.

and what is the ram voltage?

I know nothing about sli memory so I can't help there. sorry.

Good luck

Gyro
ram voltaje are 2.2.

in cpuz, in memory section... NB frequency are in 2080

my FSB are in 260. rams in 800. (260*2=1040)

but, I want rams in 1100... or 1150. =)

Later go for more voltage on cpu-Nb.

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the sli ready memory is an automatic oc feature that runs your ram higher IF it can. Dont bother with it. The highest ram divider is for 1066, i had issues with older chips and that divider but with your cpu should be fine. The only way to achieve higher than 1066 is to OC. Most will reccommend you lock the ram at 800 and OC to achieve your 1066 though.
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He is already doing that.
He is set to 800 oc'd to 1040.

Gyro
=) thx


one question:

In cpuz, section memory... NB frequency...

which is the recommended to max?

thx
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No speaker i need to do that and yep the 6 pin power plugs is in place..i dble checked the card to make sure it was seated.
The Hard drive spins up i can hear that the cpu warms up i can feel that after a few minutes.Fans all come on...
And you're plugging the monitor in? I had too ask
Go into your bios/advanced/onboard device config and see if primary display adapter is set to "pci-e slot".

Ya a speaker would be nice if you have one .the beep codes can tell you alot.

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