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So I've been told G.Skill Ecos and Ripjaws will have problems with the motherboard I want because of PSC, but I do not really want to change motherboards since this one is very cheap and good. Instead of PSC I was told BBSE would be what I wanted... Could I get some recommendations on how to get that? I'm willing to go to around $110 but less is good.
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I would say look into kingston, they are very good about supporting hardware.

rarely do you see a system not run with kingston.
post #3 of 11
Some ECOs have Elpida BBSE ICs and as such shouldn't report those problems. The only two ways to figure out are: 1. take off your memory heatspreaders (risky, some people have pulled off memory chips doing this) 2. overclock your memory (if you can reach 6-7-6 timings then yep you've got BBSE; if only 6-8-6, PSC)

I'm pretty sure with most PSC RAM and that motherboard your problems go down to the very boot up of the entire system.
post #4 of 11
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Some ECOs have Elpida BBSE ICs and as such shouldn't report those problems. The only two ways to figure out are: 1. take off your memory heatspreaders (risky, some people have pulled off memory chips doing this) 2. overclock your memory (if you can reach 6-7-6 timings then yep you've got BBSE; if only 6-8-6, PSC)

I'm pretty sure with most PSC RAM and that motherboard your problems go down to the very boot up of the entire system.
he doesn't have the system yet.
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Yes, I do not have the system. I do not have the MB or RAM yet. Completely open to suggestions, but as I said I would rather have a different RAM.
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post #6 of 11
I would check on kingston or corsair ram.
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I would check on kingston or corsair ram.
Thanks, will do. I am looking for something a bit more specific though... Do they use BBSE? I do not want to try my luck in getting something that could be either psc or bbse if it can be avoided.
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post #8 of 11
Sometimes they do. There is no way to be sure really.
I think even Kingston and Corsair use PSC ICs.
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I see... So then the best option would be getting a different mobo if I didn't want to try my luck with Eco or others? But if that's the case, I have to wonder why I haven't heard many complaints from TA890FXE owners about this. Maybe I just haven't looked hard enough.
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post #10 of 11
I have a Biostar board although it is not the TA890FXE. I had been using some Corsair ram with very mediocre performance (I couldn't run them at rated speed and timings). I just dropped in some Crucial Ballistix Tracers and I am very happy with them. Noticed an immediate performance boost. Here is a link...

http://www.crucial.com/store/listpar...model=TA890FXE

I doubt that you would have issues with Crucial ram.
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