What is this RAM?


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Louise

When I ordered my cusom built system, it was supposed to have Kingston
PC 3200, 400 mhz DDR. It's an Asus P4C800 E Deluxe with a 3.2 chip and
2 512 ram modules. It has an SATA Seagate drive, ATI 9600 Pro, Creative
Audigy 2Z, etc.

Because of many blue screens I began to question my memory and it was
suggested on this board that I run a program called EverestHome to get
the details of my system.

Below is the memory section readout and I would really appreciate
comments and recommendations because it doesn't seem to Kingston, but I
don't know how to evaluate the stats. I am concerned that the memory
modules are not up to the rest of the system amd this may account for
some blue screens and may slow me down altogether.

Memory Module Properties
Module Name Infineon 64D64320GU5B
Serial Number 0233A714h
Module Size 512 MB (2 rows, 4 banks)
Module Type Unbuffered
Memory Type DDR SDRAM
Memory Speed PC3200 (200 MHz)
Module Width 64 bit
Module Voltage SSTL 2.5
Error Detection Method None
Refresh Rate Reduced (7.8 us), Self-Refresh
Highest CAS Latency 3.0 (5.0 ns @ 200 MHz)
2nd Highest CAS Latency 2.5 (6.0 ns @ 166 MHz)

Memory Module Features
Early RAS# Precharge Supported
Auto-Precharge Not Supported
Precharge All Not Supported
Write1/Read Burst Not Supported
Buffered Address/Control Inputs Not Supported
Registered Address/Control Inputs Not Supported
On-Card PLL (Clock) Not Supported
Buffered DQMB Inputs Not Supported
Registered DQMB Inputs Not Supported
Differential Clock Input Supported
Redundant Row Address Not Supported

Memory Module Manufacturer
Company Name Infineon Technologies AG
Product Information
http://www.infineon.com/cgi/ecrm.dll/ecrm/scripts/prod_cat.jsp?
oid=-8003

Thanks very much for any feedback you can offer.

Louise
 
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bluestringer

Louise said:
When I ordered my cusom built system, it was supposed to have Kingston
PC 3200, 400 mhz DDR. It's an Asus P4C800 E Deluxe with a 3.2 chip and
2 512 ram modules. It has an SATA Seagate drive, ATI 9600 Pro, Creative
Audigy 2Z, etc.

Because of many blue screens I began to question my memory and it was
suggested on this board that I run a program called EverestHome to get
the details of my system.

Below is the memory section readout and I would really appreciate
comments and recommendations because it doesn't seem to Kingston, but I
don't know how to evaluate the stats. I am concerned that the memory
modules are not up to the rest of the system amd this may account for
some blue screens and may slow me down altogether.

Memory Module Properties
Module Name Infineon 64D64320GU5B
Serial Number 0233A714h
Module Size 512 MB (2 rows, 4 banks)
Module Type Unbuffered
Memory Type DDR SDRAM
Memory Speed PC3200 (200 MHz)
Module Width 64 bit
Module Voltage SSTL 2.5
Error Detection Method None
Refresh Rate Reduced (7.8 us), Self-Refresh
Highest CAS Latency 3.0 (5.0 ns @ 200 MHz)
2nd Highest CAS Latency 2.5 (6.0 ns @ 166 MHz)

Memory Module Features
Early RAS# Precharge Supported
Auto-Precharge Not Supported
Precharge All Not Supported
Write1/Read Burst Not Supported
Buffered Address/Control Inputs Not Supported
Registered Address/Control Inputs Not Supported
On-Card PLL (Clock) Not Supported
Buffered DQMB Inputs Not Supported
Registered DQMB Inputs Not Supported
Differential Clock Input Supported
Redundant Row Address Not Supported

Memory Module Manufacturer
Company Name Infineon Technologies AG
Product Information
http://www.infineon.com/cgi/ecrm.dll/ecrm/scripts/prod_cat.jsp?
oid=-8003

Thanks very much for any feedback you can offer.

Louise


It's made by Kingston, with infineon modules. Nothing wrong there. Try
reseating it.

bluestringer
 
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KC Computers

Louise said:
When I ordered my cusom built system, it was supposed to have Kingston
PC 3200, 400 mhz DDR. It's an Asus P4C800 E Deluxe with a 3.2 chip and
2 512 ram modules. It has an SATA Seagate drive, ATI 9600 Pro, Creative
Audigy 2Z, etc.
Because of many blue screens I began to question my memory and it was
suggested on this board that I run a program called EverestHome to get
the details of my system.
Below is the memory section readout and I would really appreciate
comments and recommendations because it doesn't seem to Kingston, but I
don't know how to evaluate the stats. I am concerned that the memory
modules are not up to the rest of the system amd this may account for
some blue screens and may slow me down altogether.

Kingston assembles RAM modules using other manufacturer's
memory chips and that's normal. Try one RAM module at a time
to see what happens. One could be bad.
 
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Louise

Kingston assembles RAM modules using other manufacturer's
memory chips and that's normal. Try one RAM module at a time
to see what happens. One could be bad.
Thanks - I phoned Kingston and they explained the reason for my having a
different chip and verified the part number as theirs.

I then reseated both dimms and so far, so good.

Louise
 

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