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Thread: Memory Clocking Problem

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    Jun 2008
    Red Bluff, CA

    Default Memory Clocking Problem

    I''m having this problem, if my memory goes above 1250+/- (depends on ratio) I loose my nVidia driver and Windows loads the default driver and I can not run 3d benches. I've played with voltages, timings and the PCIE frequency nothing seems to help, any ideas would help. I've had the RAM to just under 1300 so I'm only taking about 50mhz +/-, but 50mhz is 50mhz!

    MB:Asus P5E, BIOS 0903
    CPU: E8500 w/ TU120E
    RAM: Patriot PC29600
    GPU: EVGA 8800 GTS 512
    PS: Antec SP 500
    HD: 1 150GB Raptor
    OD: 1 CD/DVD read only IDE
    FANS: 3x120 & 4 x 80
    Sound on Board

    Thats it, the box is used for gaming and benching only.

    Forgot to leave a note, but didn't read the post until last night, usually get in and get out, to low of a post count to expect a comment.

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    Lsdmeasap is offline GIGABYTE Guru
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    Jan 2008
    PCB Island

    Default Re: Memory Clocking Problem

    Loosen up some ram timings? More SB voltage? Just tossing you ideas I would try out, I see you have tried them all likely, but sounds like you may be at the top of that ram's abilities

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