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    Unhappy How can I run this with EPP?

    First,sorry about my poor English.

    I got this problem since I got the other two VIPERs......
    I had two kits of PVS24GLLK (total 4x2gb)
    and they can run EPP(4-4-4-12) as well with two of them random matching...just two at dual channel
    I even can run 4-4-4-4 800Mhz and 5-5-5-6 1066Mhz at 2.0V.
    but,while I tring to run four pieces at the same time,
    it seems never to boot up with EPP(4-4-4-12),
    I can only run 5-5-5-5(or slower) 800Mhz at 2.0v,1066 never boot.
    Here's the memory spec

    Please help me to solve this annoying problem.
    Any comment is appreciate,thank you!
    CPU:Intel Q6600 E0 oc 333x9
    RAM:Patriot Viper PVS24GLLK x2 (total 8gb)
    MB:GIGABYTE EP45-UD3P rev1.0 f9
    VGA:GIGABYTE GV-NX88T512HP
    HD:WD 6400AAKS x2 RAID0 on ICH10R
    PSU:SeaSonic S12Ⅱ 430w
    I'm just a senior-high student in Taiwan.
    Sorry about my poor English.

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    Default Re: How can I run this with EPP?

    8GB at 1066 rarely works without super high voltages, you are best off to try 800-1000Mhz and use lower timings.

    So if you run 800, maybe try 544-12 or 554-12 if 444-12 fails. If you want to run 900Mhz, you could try the same timings, but you may need to use 555-12 or 555-15 to run all 8GB.

    Do keep in mind those are rated to 2.1-2.2V, so you may just need to give them some more voltages to run better timings, but I do think you will have better luck with 800-900 than 1066 with 8GB

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