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Thread: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2007

    Question P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    As my G.Skill 6400CL5 did not support the 2.0V I have now installed Crucial BallistiX BL12864AA804.8FE5.

    Anyone having those ? I would be interested to know what voltage you run 'em. as DDR2 800 CL4 they should be @ 2.2V so I guess manual voltage and plus 0.2V.

    Janus or anyone ?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2007

    Default Re: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    Depends on your setup, how many sticks are you using, at what size, and im pretty sure +.2v would give you 2.0v, at least thats what it does on mine..

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 2007

    Default Re: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    I have 2 sticks of 1GB DDR2 800 Ballistix and have set the voltage manually to +0.2. Everest reports them to be getting 2.14V. Manually set timings to 4-4-4-12 and they test fine.

    P35C-DS3R (F8 Bios)
    Intel E2160 @ 3GHz
    2 X 1GB DDR2-800 Crucial Ballistix
    MSI 8800GTS OC 512MB
    Corsair 620W modular PSU

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2007

    Default Re: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    I'm running those. See my sig. I have +.3v set but I'm running F4g bios. The voltages vary depending bios version.
    E6750 @ 3.6 1.45v (L722A495), (G)MCH +.1v | Gigabyte P35C DS3R -F4g Bios
    2 X 1gig Crucial Ballistixs DDR2 800(1:1) 4-4-4-12 @ 2.2v
    EVGA 8800 GTS 640 (690/1090) | Corsair HX 520 | Tuniq Tower 120
    WD Caviar 320 | WD 120 | Sony Optiarc DVD | Antec 900 | XP Pro

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Taipei, Taiwan

    Default Re: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    i didn't have G.Skill 6400CL5 but my G.Skill 6400CL4 can run at 1.8v

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Jan 2008

    Default Re: P35C DS3R & Crucial DDR2

    I have the same board (rev 2) and memory. I have never set the voltage manually. I think it hovered around 2.1 on auto @ 800Mhz ("Normal" overcharge).

    I currently run my memory oc:d @ 1066 Mhz, so I can't really help much more.
    (5-5-5-18, 2.27V, F6 bios, perfectly stable) I probably should try to lower it to 2.2 manually:p

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