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  1. Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    Still testing with 2x2GB XP2's and (1) 2GB Ascent: the XP2's in the #1 and #3 Slot and the Ascent in the #2 slot.....

    Standard Performance

    5-5-5-15

    tRRD ------------------------------ 4
    Rank Write to Read -----------------4
    Write to Precharge ------------------8
    Refresh to ACT --------------------- 68
    Read to Precharge ------------------4
    Static Read ------------------------ 6
    Static Read Phase ------------------AUTO

    So far, so good....
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


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    Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    well the memory sticks are not faulty right? cause u get no errors.
    so what left are timings, or voltages :S when u try 2*4 i say try static 11 just to be sure!
    and i dont know how the over voltage works, but i believe you need 1.34 which is +0.24 if im not mistaken.
    driving strength 1066?

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    Got DDRv +.25 for total of 2.05v. Won't need to go any higher than 2.1v for DDRv according to Mushkin.

    Got the MCH +.250v...

    Still testing with above setting, so SLOWWWW in Flex Mode. Manual says it's supposed to be same as Dual Channel Mode. Memory speed went down to 4070 MB/s in MemTest from approx. 4700 MB/s with 2 sticks.
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


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    Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidDavisLeeSomething View Post
    Got DDRv +.25 for total of 2.05v. Won't need to go any higher than 2.1v for DDRv according to Mushkin.

    Got the MCH +.250v...

    Still testing with above setting, so SLOWWWW in Flex Mode. Manual says it's supposed to be same as Dual Channel Mode. Memory speed went down to 4070 MB/s in MemTest from approx. 4700 MB/s with 2 sticks.


    ROLLING ON FLOR LAUGHING OUT LOUD!!!
    that's sad man XD
    nvm u'll do some tweaking afterward :S

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    I'm not gonna tweak the timings yet. I'll see how this SLOW test goes then I'll put the other 2GB Ascent in the #4 Slot so I gets real Dual Channel speed.

    What's with the manual saying that Flex Mode is the same as Dual Channel...unless they're talking about having all 4 slots occupied but with different size chips.
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


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    Geesh...just started on Test #8...almost an hour gone DAGNAMMIT
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


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    messed up :S
    i really hope u get it stable and normal speed, so when i hav 8gb i'll ask u ! :D
    why wont u try the 8gb now, dont wait for the 3 stick test ?

  8. Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    Was thinkin bout stoppin the 3 stick test...what the hay, I'll let it be. Prolly less than 10 minutes to go.

    The successfull 8 stick test was quicker than the 3 stick
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


  9. #19

    Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    weird... xD
    anyways i go to sleep good luck!
    something that just jumped in my head,but that's regarding the topic,are you sure it's ram causing the bsod, well lsd told me to defrag my hd after a lot of changes in OC and other stuff, u should try as well.

  10. Default Re: Put in 4Gb more of RAM(8Gb total)...another BSOD!!

    Okay,

    I got all 4 sticks in.

    Upped the DDRv to 2.1v

    Upped the MCH to +.250v. Testing okay for now. If it gets through test #5 then it oughta be fine the rest of the way.
    Last edited by DavidDavisLeeSomething; 10-19-2008 at 05:52 AM.
    GA P35 DQ6 rev. 1.0, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2 Ascents, 2x2GB Mushkin XP2's DDR2-1066 PC2-8500, Intel Core 2 DUO E8600, 3.33Ghz with Gigabyte CPU Cooler, PNY GeForce 8800 GTS, Antec 900 Gaming Case and Antec True Power Trio 650w PSU, Hauppauge HVR 1600 TV Tuner, old Sony CD/RW that still kicks butt, Sony external DVD, Smart Card Reader, 4 Western Digital Caviar HDD's: 80Gb, 120Gb(usb,external, swap), 160Gb, 250Gb and 320Gb.

    Running it all with Windows XP Pro SP3, Perry Mason and Della Street. Paul Drake's out on assignment. He's helping me locate 64-bit drivers for XP Pro x64 Edition that I'm working with now.


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