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    Default Re: Hi-Level Ram problem..

    I mixed them up by accident and it worked. Don't get me wrong but only hi-level's don't work anyways. Temperature? I thought high temp is our worst enemy and now i need it to get the modules to work? How is that?..

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    They still don't work. I'm just saying that mixed (with kingston) , single or just hi-levels together are not stable. The problem is not happening because i mixed them , that's what i meant. And i still don't know what's going on. I played with voltages , frequencies but nothing seems to work..

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    LOL ... nope didn't mean that things had to be warmer to work .... just that the vairiables from night to morning that might have some influence were very limited.

    Re:the power issue I mentioned: I have no idea what part of the world you live in and am aware that some places have less stable voltage etc than others. I've seen some pretty ugly wireing in older residences that did not lend themselves to stability. Things like haveing a forced air furnace, airconditioning, or microwave on the same circut as your computer kicking in and out can occasionally cause issues as well. I doubt this is your issue but thought it might be worth mentioning since you claimed a night/morning difference in stability.
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    You can be right but i tried my comp in another city!!:D and still the same problem. About those variables..

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    Post for me your full settings you are using now and I will see if I see anything out of the ordinary. And of course, please do let me know if you are using all the ram, if not which set you are using

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    I still don't know how to enable those settings which i couldn't find..

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    They may or may not be in your BIOS, the Drive Strength is not I remember checking for another user not long ago. Are you using the latest BIOS? Just wondering

    The others do not matter as they should be left on Auto from Optimized Defaults anyway. XMP Setting is only visible if your memory is XMP or EPP programmed which it is not so you do not need to worry about that setting either

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    I'm using the latest bios , i flashed it about 1.5 ago. I had problems with my GPU. It was working on 8x slot but it was not working on 16x . I flashed it and it worked. It's F3 I guess..

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