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Thread: GIGABYTE mother board M61 PM S-2 Rev:1




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    Default GIGABYTE mother board M61 PM S-2 Rev:1

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    1.In the Gygabyte site ,memory specifications, there is no mentioning of what memory module timming (CL) is supported. Any help on this one please?

    2.If the specified supported voltage for the memory module is:1.8v and I have a 2.1V module will that still work?Can that make a difference?

    3. Please note: it is not possible to configure anything in the memory section in this board.Should I assume that the board automatically adjusts to the module?
    If yes, what are the parameters?


    Here is where I got the info for GA-M61PM-S2 REV.1 BOARD from:

    GIGABYTE - Product - Motherboard - Specification - GA-M61PM-S2 (rev. 1.0)

    Thanks
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE mother board M61 PM S-2 Rev:1

    1- You should be able to set the motherboard BIOS to whatever CL your ram runs at.

    2- As with #1, you are able to adjust your voltage settings for your ram.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE mother board M61 PM S-2 Rev:1

    Quote Originally Posted by SeanDude05 View Post
    1- You should be able to set the motherboard BIOS to whatever CL your ram runs at.

    2- As with #1, you are able to adjust your voltage settings for your ram.
    Not possible to configure anything in the memory section, as it is preset and in read only by default.
    Last edited by peereli; 03-31-2009 at 08:37 PM.

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