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P5WD2-E Premium just installed with new OCZ PC2 6400 need help

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Ok, I just installed the above. I have a few questions

1. I have 2 X 1gb sticks, do you install them in dimm 1 a and b, or dimm 1 A and dimm 2 A. ie..1 in black slot and 1 in yellow slot, or both in black or both in yellow?

2. in bios, I don't see any options to change timings. For the memory options, It just gives options of 533mhz, 667mhz, 800mhz,1066 mhz..and so forth. Are there any advanced settings to change this? Also, I didn't see any settings for changing timings.

3. cpuz ver. 1.31 didn't detect my timings at all? wasup with that? On gigabyte board it detected them perfectly.
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Originally Posted by Aqualan
Ok, I just installed the above. I have a few questions

1. I have 2 X 1gb sticks, do you install them in dimm 1 a and b, or dimm 1 A and dimm 2 A. ie..1 in black slot and 1 in yellow slot, or both in black or both in yellow?

2. in bios, I don't see any options to change timings. For the memory options, It just gives options of 533mhz, 667mhz, 800mhz,1066 mhz..and so forth. Are there any advanced settings to change this? Also, I didn't see any settings for changing timings.

3. cpuz ver. 1.31 didn't detect my timings at all? wasup with that? On gigabyte board it detected them perfectly.
You place the two sticks in slots 1 and 3 if the slots were numbered 12 34. Matching colors, doesn't matter which.

There are advanced settings to change timings. They are under a different configuration subheader, I think it's "chipset."

Update to CPU-z 1.33, and that should fix your problem.
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cpuz problem fixed thanks, I'm heading back to bios to check others
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