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Thread: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues




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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Dual Channel is 1 +3 and or 2 + 4
    Exactly, in this case I rely on what BIOS is displaying.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    It is always color coded on the board anyway so you cannot mess things up. One color is one set of dual channels and the other color is the second

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong section but quick question and didn't want to cause clutter with a new thread. I was just wondering if this motherboard can run the OCZ 4GB (2 x 2GB) Dual Channel Platinum Series RAM. The latency is 5-5-5-18, and it says it runs at 2.2v, will it work on this board?

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    It should I have not seen any issues with it as of yet. Keep a Older DDR2 stick around though incase you do have to get in the BIOS and set your voltage first. But "MOST" all DDR2 will post at 1.8V anyway so you should be fine

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    To Lsdmeasap:

    Sorry this has taken some time to try your suggestions, we needed the machine for a project.

    Any way, I've tried the suggestions and I still get the power error POST beep code when I install 4x1 GB memory.

    The BIOS settings are the default settings except for the ones you gave me which are:

    trfc 62, MCH voltage 1.2, static TRead for both channel A & B set to 10, RAM voltage to 1.8 which is what this Kingston memory likes. If you'd like all the values as shown in the template you provided, I can do that.

    The motherboard has been working just fine with 2x1 GB in the first memory bank.

    Any additional suggestions? Thanks again for your help.

    Steve

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    Try MCH 1.24-1.28/1.3 and see if you get anywhere, also try stock of 1.1 and 1.05 as sometimes this helps.

    You have tested each stick by itself to be sure none are faulty right?

    If the above does not help, ya please do post a full template again with what you are trying and I will advise

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    I have tested each mem stick individually and they work fine.

    I am now starting to get shutdown and reboots. Since I'm getting close to the 30 days to allow a RMA to Newegg, I'm going to return this board for another. I'll let you know if I have the same issues.

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R Memory 2nd Bank or Dual Channel Issues

    Sorry to hear you have to RMA! But at least it is to newegg, so that for sure will be easy.

    Good luck with the RMA, and let us know how your next board is

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