Slowing down ram on P4C800-E deluxe?


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Colin

I'm getting some blue screens of death that I think might be memory related?
I ant to try slowing down my Corsair XMS4000 pro (2x512mb) I have tried
using just 1 stick at a time and still get the problems.

Asus P4C800-E deluxe

Retail P4 3.2GHz 800FSB

Hercules Radeon 9800pro

Corsair XMS4000pro 1 gig (2x512mb)

Thanks for any reply's
 
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No

Have you checked the power supply voltages? Especially the 3.3 volts?

Also in the bios set the memory voltage up to 2.8 volts.
 
C

Colin

How do I check the power supply voltages? Thanks I'll try the ram at 2.8
volts. The power supply is an Antec TrueBlue 480W PSU BTW.
 
P

Peter J. Persing

What are the BSOD codes you are getting? such as
0x000000xx,(00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000)
 
C

Colin

So what should I be looking for that is not normal....or otherwise? What
should a good Antec TrueBlue480W look like in the bios?

Thanks for your help so far.


Grrr 1600 quid on this upgrade and change over to Intel, I feel like
throwing it all in the skip, last 2 home built comps were AMD, perfect
reliability...maybe, but hindsight's a great thing :((
 
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Thomas A. Horsley

My memory problems with my PC3700 memory were running it too slow, not too
fast. Perhaps you should try speeding it up instead?
 

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