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i think when i oced my ram not on a 1.1 ration i fryed it or it was when i changed the timings, i am gonna test each individual chip and see which chip i fried if not both, i ordered 2 gigs of crucial cas latency 3 on sale at newegg for 230 <a href="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16820148017" target="_blank">http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148017</a> , in any case thanks alot for the advice im sure we will be reading eachothers posts take care man and thanks to jcbzhnsr1 also u were a big help
 

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reset ur CMOS... it will reset the timings, i think... but it will undo the OC, so it might not be capible of running at the timmings you set it at.
 

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i did i took the bios 2032 battery out and it did reset, the problem is i changed my timing using nvidias ntune wich i uninstalled, after i uninstalled it my timing went down but were still leaking like crazy, i stil think i burned it out and i cant change my timings in my bios for my ram, in any case i just bout 2 gigs of crucial 3 cas latency 667, my old ram is for sale if u really dont think it is fried 40 bucks for 2 gigs
 
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