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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Yes of course DDR-800 work natively at 333MHz with 2.40B mulriplier.
    Goot memory woul OC to DDR-900 that's 375MHz FSB or would run DDR-800 at 400MHz FSB.
    The chipset limit is around 420MHz FSB, I had a stable OC with up to 406MHz.

    What is your budget for new memory?

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Before you buy new memory, you should borrow a high quality 500 - 600 watt psu to test with.
    Your Chieftec 500 watt psu might be the cause of your problems with your new cpu.
    A single HD4890 video card shouldn't be a problem with a good 500 - 550 watt psu.

    I'm reasonably sure that most Chieftec units are cheap, lower end models and they might not be able to deliver their rated power with electrical noise and ripple within ATX specifications. A psu that can't deliver "clean" electrical output will lead to instability and possible damage to other hardware.
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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Hm i came back for new posts only to find my last one dissapeared. Well it may be because isp maintenance today... oh well. So lets see:

    Chike: thanks for the info about the FSBs. I live in Hungary so about my budget: my old buddy said he can give me some branded ram modules for about 40$ / 2Gb... but it's not retail price as we're friends. I forgot the brand really, also i'm not familiar with today's ram brands, but i'm sure it'll be a good one, and maybe i try them first too.

    Jim: wow... borrowing a new PSU might be difficult, i dunno how i'll manage to do that, but i was thinkin about this early when this problem came up. I convinced myself that i don't have that much stuff inside that would need more juice. Anyways i thought Chieftec was quite a reasonable PSU 'maker' this one came for a high price compared to the others can be bought here, but then again it was 2 years ago...

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Can you get those memory for a trial first? Are those 2GB modules?

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Yes most definetly! It's much easier to get a ram borrowed from a friend living closeby. Friends usually don't like the idea when i turn to them and say: hello can i borrow your PSU from your machine? Don't worry i'll give it back in no time!

    Seriously check this out: i went to my best friend's, he isn't familiar with his computer that much, i may built that one the around same time i did this one. Guess what he has ddr2 667! Oh gosh! So next turn tomorrow with another friend

    What do you think about the PSU issue? Or chieftec psu-s in general?

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Very little I know about PSUs. Only that some may fail quite quickly had this before. The one I have now is already 3 years old and never had a problem.

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    I have some value ram 667 mhz,it clocks to 700mhz approx with voltage increase.
    Thats in a 8gb setup ie my gskills and the value ram.
    800mhx rated will auto clock in on a 2.4 multiplier.
    However if your ram is rated 667 ,it really should work with the 9300 at optimum settings.
    DDr2 ram is as expensive as DDr3 now :(
    If it ran at 667 before you should be able to tweak things to get it at 667 now.

    Psu;s are a small minefield.
    You can get a 500w one for maybe 30 euro .
    Of course that isnt a "good" 500w one.

    Id like a single rail + 12v 40 amp+ one.However that isnt marketing friendly.
    For example my psu , which is about the same age as chilke's is a 500 w dual rail one.

    Forget about the 3.3v and 5v output for a minute,although i think mch works off the 3.3v
    I have a
    (a) theoretical 12V1 rail which supplies all current to
    1.motherboard and its fan headers and up to 75w to pcie slot + all molex and sata connectors,gx card 6 pin connectors,well just about everything except the cpu.

    (b) a 12v2 connector which suppies up to 200w directly to the cpu.

    What does this mean?

    In essence I have a 300w power supply unit,
    100w maximum approx for 3.3v and 5v output mch and memory etc.200w for mbrd ,sata devices, mbrd fans,molex connector pwer AND all gx card power.

    The other up to 200w 12v2 output can only go to the cpu.Sure this means I have a 400-500w psu,but i have no control over it.
    A standard clocked 9300 wont consume more than 95w at max,so I would have up to 100w of psu power doing nothing.
    bearing in mind the pcie card's can draw up to 75 w directly thru the pcie slot.up to 75 w from a single gx card connector and up to 150w(75x2) if your card has 2 auxillary connectors.
    You can do the maths yourselfI

    I wouldnt go rushing off to get 800 mem just yet.Test with your own.See what sort of bandwith.timings you can manage,even with 2.2v+
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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    I managed to get a Kingston CL5 dual kit (ddr2, 800mhz, 2 * 2Gb) but it seems the blue screen is still haunting me. So it's not the RAM... I'll be taking back the Q9300 to the shop to get a new one because now i can't think of anything else...

    When i change the CPU fsb to 266 (which is quite low for a proc. like this) the system is stable even with the new rams used at 400fsb. But when i change the cpu fsb to 300-333 Prime95 test or a game goes down with a blue-screen.

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    MCH Core at 1.2v, amd DEAM Volrage auto or 1.9v?
    Can you post the kit model number?

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G + Q9300 randomly timed bluescreen...

    Voltage: check!

    Lets see: KVR800D2N5K2/4G is this the one you asked?

    But the RAMs are working @ FSB 400 while the CPU can only operate at 266 without bluescreen. When I increase the cpu FSB above 275 (I've tried 300 for example) there comes out of the blue :)

    [As i mentioned above the strange thing is i set the new ram-s to operate at 266 or 333 and they don't :) i mean CPUz / everest says they are at 400 no matter what i set in the bios.]

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