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Thread: 990FX UD3 memory question




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    Default Re: 990FX UD3 memory question

    I mean a carriage return. To start a new line of text, instead of running it al together. I still was unable to get my 8GB to run at 1866 speeds, however I was able to change some things using the FSB. I am now running with my memeory at 1800 speed with a 225 Mhz reference clock. Here's my new dump: CPU-Z Validator 3.1. I will continue working over the next couple olf days, but I'm content at 4.4ghz until I get some better fans for my cooler. Thanks for all the advice.

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    Default Re: 990FX UD3 memory question

    Do a return of what?

    The fact the memory is on the QVL list does not mean you will stick it and it will work without tweaking around.
    With timings 9-10-9-27 @ 1866 you should be able to run 8-9-8-24 @ 1660 or 7-8-7-20/21 @ 1420.

    What have you tried and what made them finally run at 1600?

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    Default Re: 990FX UD3 memory question

    Ahh ok! Just press enter twice for a new line with space between, or once for no space between.

    If you are typing via html or BB code, then you need to use

    Code:
    < br > or < p > - with no spaces between the letters and the < >
    I checked your post though, and you're just typing normally, so all you need to do is press enter once or twice

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