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Thread: corsair ram and asus p4p800 deluxe




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    i just bought the cosair xms series ddr 400, 256 mb of ram.


    I have a asus p4p800 deluxe....i heard that they are not compatable.....any one heard of p4p800 deluxe not compattable with corsair xms????


    NEED FEED BACK HELP!!!!



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    hmm I even think it sais on asus site that the memory you refering to are 100% compatibel..

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    Hi, i just bought corsair xms series 2x256 mb ram . the info sticker on the ram is CMX256A-3200C2 ...and i have 2 sticks of these for dual channel
    i had copy errors with my p4p800 deluxe when running xp home, and when installing counter strike, i got an I/O error..


    but then i used a no name brand ram, i installed windows and there were NO copy errors and installing counter strike, i got NO
    I/O errors.
    also, when i ran memtest86, it said it had problems with the ram..but when i ran memtest it said it had no problems with the no name brand


    is the p4p800 deluxe compatable with the corsair?


    Or did i just get a bad batch of memory?
    (i have asus p4p800 deluxe, p4 2.4 ghz 800 fsb)

    Thanks

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    Can you check the RAM in another PC, or a friend's PC to see if it actually works?

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    im not sure.....but the memtest86.com said there were errors. Do u think its the ram or my motherboard does not support corsair?

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    Dude, check out this link, at the bottom of the page you'll see what mem it suppports and not.. ;)

    http://www.asus.com/products/mb/sock...d/overview.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by oboeman2002
    im not sure.....but the memtest86.com said there were errors. Do u think its the ram or my motherboard does not support corsair?
    That's why I'm asking if you can test it in another machine. That will let you know if it's RAM or MB.

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    ok thanks..im going to call newegg and see if i can get something going on :cheers:

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    Sometimes ya need to increase the memory voltage to get proper operation (0.1v should be enough).

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