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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    I bought two modules of 2gb to 1066mhz and I have one a 2GB at 800 mhz.
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    I tried to run in dual channel, but to no avail! Is there some kind of a proposal.
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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    Not sure what you are asking, you want 3 sticks in dual channel?

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    I put in
    DDR2_1 slot (2GB 1066mhz)
    DDR2_2 slot (2GB 1066mhz)
    DDR2_3 slot (2GB 800mhz)
    Would not it should act as a dual channel (memory runs at dual Cannel interleved)

    Tells me, memory runs at memory flex mode :(

    how do I run it in dual channel?????

    thnx a lot...

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    3 modules of the same ize cannot operate at dual-channel only flex mode.

    1066 modules in slots 1 & 3, and the 800 in slot 2 or 4 would be better I think.
    If you have the two 1GB 800 sticks in slots 2 & 4 instead the one 2GB in slot 2 or 4, it would run dual channel.

    If 6GB are not a must, it is better you use only the two 2GB 1066 modules in slots 1 & 3 or slots 2 & 4.

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    thnx mate....

    What I suggest we do, what better and faster to work

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    I have a problem when you attach 2x2GB at 1066 MHz Kingston HiperX at 1 and 3 slot and 2GB of 800 MHz to 2 slot. Windows gets stuck. Does a solution?
    thnx...a lot

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    Try adding MCH Core, 1.16-1.24v.

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    Don't mix memory and you will be fine, if you feel you must try then you'll probably need to set them all to 800Mhz and increase MCH Voltages

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    I'm going to try, I would like to 6GB of 800MHz, while I do not buy another module of 2Gb of the 1066th. I hope that it will not burn out ... hehe:)
    thanks anyway, if you have any other idea is welcome ...
    And, if I left only the 2x2GB 1066, which should make adjustments to do in the BIOS to work on the 1066th
    To note: I have a GA-EP45-DS4 Intel Q6600 2.4GHz

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    Default Re: Need help? - I have GA-EP45-DS4 How can I set up memory module to operate at 800

    sorry for my english...
    thnx... :)

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