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post #11 of 17
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is your RAM DDR400??? cos 100MHz is reaaaaalllllyyyy low
so there...I knew there was something weird here...I have the ram clocked for use with a duron 1000

However..I'm sure it's at least pc 2700 as same ram was at 166 Mhz while i had my amd 2400 xp running

I just checked 2 modules and they say DDR400 ... have to open pc to look at third...

However everest says all 3 are pc 3200
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post #12 of 17
have you tried applying the settings I suggested?
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post #13 of 17
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been messing with hardware till now...

seems like my Rig disliked the 512 module placed in slot #2 so i moved it to slot 1 and ta-da! auto on 200

I'll try those setting now...
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post #14 of 17
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...done !
umm prime95 found an error after 1min ... must be the ram's fault... before it was at 105 , now it's at 210 - must be that +10
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post #15 of 17
if it's DDR400 then at 210 it should still be stable.....my generic value RAM is stable at 238MHz


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post #16 of 17
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nah... it autos at 200 with 2 modules (512+256) with a third module installed it autoes at 166 , i can get 200, but with manual forcing.

weird ini't .. all my modules are declared 400

I guess if i install 2 modules i can get a 210 stable
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post #17 of 17
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yep, I was right.

looks like all 256mb modules clock at 333 ...
Did the tests at 210 (ram 210) , system is unstable

Did the tests at 210 (ram at 165- I think it locked as it's his natural frequency), system rock stable


I'll stay like this for a while until I get a 1gig replace for the 2 166's so I can mount 1.5 G and at a real 200
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