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  Topic : [Problem]M4A89GTD: bios settings to solve ram problem? New Topic
gabriele
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Posted:9/9/2010 4:28:00 PM # 1
Hi all i have a pc with

PSU: cooler master realpower m520 (409W on 12v)
CPU: amd x6 1090t  (default)
MB: asus m4a89gtd pro usb3 (bios 1456)
RAM: 2*2gb ddr3 team elite group 1333mhz (TED32048M1333HC9) 9-9-9-24
OS HDD: WD black 640gb sata II
DATA HDD: samsung F3 1Tb
VGA: ati 5770 1gb

i tested all to default values and auto options in bios:
  • Windows 7 crash, BSOD and so more
  • Formatted again to reinstall win 7 error during installation (unable to decompress a .cab file)
  • tryed to install Win xp and after installation i get a BSOD
so I decided to test ram with memtest86  v4.1:  every bank separately in different slots of MB  i did from 5 to 10 passes with 0 errors (so ram is ok)

in fact system works with only a bank of ram (I tested ram on blue and black slots), but when i put the other one system go crazy.
i tryed to push DRAM voltage to 1.71, set 1333mhz manually, tryed with 1066mhz too but witht no success.

someone can tell me the correct values in bios or what is the problem?  
what i could try?

thanks

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PSU: cooler master realpower m520 CPU: amd x6 1090t MB: asus m4a89gtd pro usb3 (bios 1606) RAM: 2*2gb ddr3 team elite group 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 OS HDD: WD black 640gb sata II DATA HDD: samsung F3 1Tb VGA: ati xfx 5770 1gb
RandyT
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Posted:9/9/2010 11:18:00 PM # 2
Gabriele, Welcome to the forum. Try clearing the CMOS, and restting up bios settings. (set memory up manually, set speed, timings, and volts to memory manufacter specs )Save and Exit. If you wish, at login, go to edit my profile (top left),click on signiture,type in your system set up and it will always show in blue on bottom of your post( this will help you and others to get more accurate info). Cheers

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CROSSHAIR V,FX 8350, BIOS#1703, 16GB Corsair Vengeance Model CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8 4x4g 1600(8-8-8-24-41-t2)1.6V, EVGA GTX 470 s/c NV driver#326.41 WD 750 black, Hyper 2 X 120G SSD, Corsair TX750W P/S, Antec 1200 case,Zalman 9900 H/S, Win7/home,64 bit. Logitech G5,G15(newer),and marble mouse. 3DMARK06=20,530. NIS 2013.
RandyT
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Posted:9/9/2010 11:19:00 PM # 3
Gabriele, Welcome to the forum. Try clearing the CMOS, and restting up bios settings. (set memory up manually, set speed, timings, and volts to memory manufacter specs )Save and Exit. If you wish, at login, go to edit my profile (top left),click on signiture,type in your system set up and it will always show in blue on bottom of your post( this will help you and others to get more accurate info). Cheers

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CROSSHAIR V,FX 8350, BIOS#1703, 16GB Corsair Vengeance Model CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8 4x4g 1600(8-8-8-24-41-t2)1.6V, EVGA GTX 470 s/c NV driver#326.41 WD 750 black, Hyper 2 X 120G SSD, Corsair TX750W P/S, Antec 1200 case,Zalman 9900 H/S, Win7/home,64 bit. Logitech G5,G15(newer),and marble mouse. 3DMARK06=20,530. NIS 2013.
gabriele
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Posted:9/10/2010 2:15:00 AM # 4
hi RandyT, i cleared cmos yesterday and nothing changed. today flashed bios with new 1606 and didn't help

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PSU: cooler master realpower m520 CPU: amd x6 1090t MB: asus m4a89gtd pro usb3 (bios 1606) RAM: 2*2gb ddr3 team elite group 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 OS HDD: WD black 640gb sata II DATA HDD: samsung F3 1Tb VGA: ati xfx 5770 1gb
Lazore
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Posted:9/10/2010 2:42:00 PM # 5
I think i have the sam problem, made a thread about it.
i have OCZ ddr3 2x2 1333mhz

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gabriele
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Posted:9/10/2010 5:26:00 PM # 6
yes Lazore i saw you topic :/  hope we can solve this

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PSU: cooler master realpower m520 CPU: amd x6 1090t MB: asus m4a89gtd pro usb3 (bios 1606) RAM: 2*2gb ddr3 team elite group 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 OS HDD: WD black 640gb sata II DATA HDD: samsung F3 1Tb VGA: ati xfx 5770 1gb
Lazore
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Posted:9/10/2010 8:42:00 PM # 7
I fixed mine, found out that the ram suported only intel cores

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gabriele
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Posted:9/16/2010 2:17:00 PM # 8
update: i installed 2*2GB kingston hyperx KHX1600C9D3K2/4G ddr3 1600mhz CL9 and seems to work good :)

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PSU: cooler master realpower m520 CPU: amd x6 1090t MB: asus m4a89gtd pro usb3 (bios 1606) RAM: 2*2gb ddr3 team elite group 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 OS HDD: WD black 640gb sata II DATA HDD: samsung F3 1Tb VGA: ati xfx 5770 1gb
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