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Old 11-21-2007, 10:55 PM   #21
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Umm if I can remember right to get into the bios on Asus boards was the delete key when the bios splash pops up.
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Old 11-21-2007, 11:04 PM   #22
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im in bios but dont see anything about memory voltages
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It should be in advanced memory settings. You'll have to look around to find it. Make sure you have your memory set on advanced settings were you can tune it yourself. Can't tell you the specific tab you need to go in. I can't be sure but the memory voltage may be with all your other voltages. Just look for your voltage controls and look for the memory.
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Old 11-21-2007, 11:34 PM   #24
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okay I found it, i set the voltage to 2.0xx something, it's close to 2.1. Im running the mem test now, I hope it works. Now I can OC my cpu, I couldnt figure out how to find it in my bios but I do now. :P ty.

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u were right, it wasnt getting enough voltage, works well now.

Im just curious why would it do that if it was on auto? Why wouldnt the ram get enough power? Just curious
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Glad to here you got it up and running. Auto on most boards is 1.8V then you have to manually change it yourself. They do this because not all ram is designed to run at high voltages. That way you don't risk frying new memory.

Thats the first thing you should do after you build a system is update the bios and check the timings/voltages and make sure everything is on the mark.
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