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post #11 of 25
run superpi mod 1.4, its a lot faster and will give you a general idea if you have ram problems. if you don't know where to download it, go to www.xtremesystems.org and click on their downloads (or is it www.xtremeresources.com where its at?)
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ok, i got the superpi thing.. now how do i use it?
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Originally Posted by buttmud
change your ram timings to 2.5-3-3-7 2t and see what it does then.

you might have your ram in the wrong configuration or something.
i went into the bios, and i had no clue what to change. i went into the DRAM configuration, and it had a bunch of options to choose from.

can you give me the names of the things to change?(so i dont change the wrong things)
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post #14 of 25
superpi is easy, all you do is run the program and click on calculate 1m (for quickies) and 32 meg for long stability. 32m super pi will take around 35-45 minutes.

i don't know the DFI boards, do they have it backwards from other boards?

i use 2.5-4-4-7, but isn't DFI like 7-4-4-2.5? or am i on drugs?
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i dont know if DFI boards are backwards.. im new to the whole computer thing. i just built this computer for the first time and its not working very well.. lol.

I'm gonna go run superpi now. I'll post the results
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post #16 of 25
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well i ran superpi, and it cant finish because it gets errors about 3 minutes into the test.
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post #17 of 25
what model of gskill are you using?
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post #19 of 25
Wow, that's really good RAM. You shouldn't be having any problems at all. Try doing like Butt said and change your DRAM from "auto" or "1T" to "2T" and see if that helps. I'm not sure where the option would be in your BIOS, on mine it's in "Advanced Chipset Features"
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post #20 of 25
XiLe go into your bios. Go under the menu that you overclock. The 1st submenu should be DRAM configuration. Go under that. The second to fifth thing you can change should be set to 2.5-4-7-4. The 2.5 is CAS latency, the 4 is RAS to CAS, the 7 is TRAS, and the other 4 is RAS. Also what is your ram voltage? It should be at 2.8v since that is the recommended voltage for your ram. Run Prime95 again and see what happens. This should do the trick.
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