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i have another question is there an option via the Bios to stop power going to the USB's when the machine is turned off? as my razer krate mouse light is really bright lol!
As far as i know the M2N series don't have a option in the bios will look at
adding it in my modded bios, would be a good addition

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Ok running the cpu at 3.1ghz 1.3v temps are looking good hasnt hit 60 c yet so im very happy with that considering its still using stock cooling.

Unfortunately my Ram running at 4-4-4=12 2t 23 2.1v wasnt stable playing games after ten minutes they crash although Windows was still running fine any ideas?
3.1GHz @1.3v looks better

As for the ram what is the DRAM frequency at? u can find it in CPU-Z
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having ram timing problems. I have amd phenom II x4 945 with 8gigs of OCZ Reaper HPC 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model OCZ2RPR10664GK (or click this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227289 ) and im trying to figure out what the ram timings should be for tcl, trcd trp tras trc for 1st information. and what the 2nd info should be which is twr trrd trwt twtr trtp 3rd info is twrrd twrwr trdrd tref. the voltage should be somewhere between 2.1 and 2.2 i guess. im guessing 1t/2t should be set to 2t. basically im getting random bsods. let me know what you guys think!

heres my ram cpu z
"Due to AMD CPU limitation, DDR2 1066 is supported by AM3/AM2+ CPU for one DIMM per channel only"

With 4 sticks you are probably going to have to run it @ 800mhz and oc via ref clock.

I'd leave them at 5-5-5-18-2t, 2.1v.

Good luck

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yeah it is not going to like running all 4 channels at 1066. and running them like you are is the reason ur having bsod. i would fallow Gyro's advice, he is good. but if you want to run at 1066 you have to oc it, or pull out 1 stick per channel and deal with 4gb. you could try seeing if running it in dual channel or not in dual channel mode in the bios works. sorry i couldn't be much more help.
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DRAM Freq was about 438mhz i can get it to boot fine on those timing with 2.1V but running Orthos RAM test kicks back errors and games freeze ect...

At no point have i changed my Mobo Voltage could this have something to do with it and what is the option called under the BIOS?
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DRAM Freq was about 438mhz i can get it to boot fine on those timing with 2.1V but running Orthos RAM test kicks back errors and games freeze ect...

At no point have i changed my Mobo Voltage could this have something to do with it and what is the option called under the BIOS?
Could you please post a screenshot of cpu-z showing the cpu and memory tab
as it would be easier for me 2 help you that way
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"Due to AMD CPU limitation, DDR2 1066 is supported by AM3/AM2+ CPU for one DIMM per channel only"

With 4 sticks you are probably going to have to run it @ 800mhz and oc via ref clock.

I'd leave them at 5-5-5-18-2t, 2.1v.

Good luck

Gyro
as long as its a phenom II its not the limitation of the processor its a limitation of the motherboard.. the processor can handle 4 sticks at 1066 without any issues though you will most likely have to raise the NB voltage which in the case of the m2n-sli board means you have to raise the cpu voltage which also raises the NB voltage since the m2n-sli cant run separate voltages for the NB and cpu..
Edited by sirmonkey - 8/4/10 at 3:52am
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Well i went to take my heatsink off today removed clips pulled it off and the CPU came out with it stuck to the bottom of the heatsink will not budge so im going to have to have a bash at heating it up with a hair dryer and get a credit card to get it off, problem is i hadnt removed the cpu pin pressure clamp so the pins maybe bent will take a good look tonite!
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Update: Two broken off pins think i got them both out ok so as im on a budget ive ordered an AMD Athlon 7850 x2 for £35 AM2+ should arrive Friday and ill get it hope it works out after the mess off today
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as long as its a phenom II its not the limitation of the processor its a limitation of the motherboard.. the processor can handle 4 sticks at 1066 without any issues though you will most likely have to raise the NB voltage which in the case of the m2n-sli board means you have to raise the cpu voltage which also raises the NB voltage since the m2n-sli cant run separate voltages for the NB and cpu..
This is true w/the newer AM3 Ph II CPU's but not w/the original AM2+ CPU's and what Gyro said was true. Unless you have benchmarks scores, CPU-Z screens and stable 24 hour P95 runs to show proof of such than I would say stop encouraging such fiction.

Additionally the Newer AM3 CPU's have both the DDR2 and DDR3 ram controllers in them but only the DDR3 ram controllers can run DDR2-1066 and faster with all four slots populated and do it w/a 1T command rate while the DDR2 ram controller in the CPU's still lack the ability to run 4 sticks of ram at DDR2-1066 speeds. Sure you may be able to increse voltage to make it stable at DDR2-1066 but at what cost. I say it's not worth the life of your cpu to overvolt it to unsafe voltages just to get a stable 4 sticks of ram at DDR2-1066
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