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Thread: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?




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    Default gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    HI ALL , i bought recently my computer (see my signature) and from the begining in bios ver f4

    in DDR18v was red and fail, i updated Bios with ver f6 the DDR18v was ok but the memory timings were not the correct 5-5-5-15 but instead were 5-7-7-24. i changed the timing values with the above but when i try to play a game such as GRAW2 or Americas Army or MEDAL OF HONOR AIRBORNE after 10-15min it freezes. Got into Bios again but ram timings were the old ones.Can this be an issue of incompatible memory, bad setup timings and volt or something else?

    Any help will be appreciated!

    ps i have installed the latest drivers for graphics & sound.
    Core 2 Duo E6750 2,66GHz
    Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6 rev 1.0 bios F6
    2x1 GB CELLSHOCK PC2-6400 400MHz CS2221550
    74GB MAXTOR 10.000RPM
    500GB SEAGATE SATA
    ATI X1950XTX 512 DDR4
    ENERMAX INFINITY 600W

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    Default Re: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    http://www.gigabyte.tw/FileList/Memo...ga-p35-dq6.pdf

    please make sure your memory can support it, or can you try another memory to check it?

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    Default Re: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    These are the only supported memories ?

    I think u gave an answer that suits Gigabyte and not the users.

    How about increasing memory voltage, the default voltage is 1,8v right?

    so by increasing +0,5v to make 2,3v my memory uses is correct?
    Core 2 Duo E6750 2,66GHz
    Gigabyte GA-P35-DQ6 rev 1.0 bios F6
    2x1 GB CELLSHOCK PC2-6400 400MHz CS2221550
    74GB MAXTOR 10.000RPM
    500GB SEAGATE SATA
    ATI X1950XTX 512 DDR4
    ENERMAX INFINITY 600W

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    Default Re: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    The list was we already tested, and we will keep to update it when we get more memories.

    Than about the voltage, yes ddr2 default voltage is 1,8v
    you can check the rael voltage of your memories in PC Health status to sure how many voltage you have to increase.

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    Default Re: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by GIGABYTE - Janus Yeh View Post
    The list was we already tested, and we will keep to update it when we get more memories.

    Than about the voltage, yes ddr2 default voltage is 1,8v
    you can check the rael voltage of your memories in PC Health status to sure how many voltage you have to increase.
    Hi Janus,

    Can you clarify that statement? I, and many others, are under the impression that you simply add voltage in increments of .1v via the BIOS to get the system to run your RAM at the specified voltage & timings. For example; my memory is Mushkin PC-8500, rated at 2.2-2.3 v, 5-5-4-12. I I add .4 volts to the stock setting It should net me an actual 2.2 volts to teh RAM, correct? At +.4 v I get a pink warning in my PC health status instantly (before the voltage is, presumably, applied) SO... is the voltage change the instant I adjust the BIOS setting or on the next reboot? what do the pink and red warnings indicate. I took them as being a warning that I MIGHT be in danger of toasting my RAM... is it more than that?

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    Default Re: gigabyte P35-DQ6 (rev 1.0) memory problem?

    Dear sgrinavi

    When you setup your BIOS and save it the system will reboot and get your setup.

    And do the pink and red warnings mean over so many voltage is not good to your system. But your memory need so many voltage. so itis just a warning to you. Ofcourse if you get a normal memory(not an oc edition) you no need to change your memory voltage.

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