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Zapablast05 07-11-07 01:50 AM

Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
I overclocked my DDR2 800 to run at CAS# 5-4-3-5-11 and it's kinda slow at loading up. When I started FF, the browser crashed and said there has been an error and blah blah blah. Then I tried IE and it gave me the same thing. CPUZ worked, but alot of start up programs had errors. Could this be caused by my RAM timings?

nekrosoft13 07-11-07 07:02 AM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
yes

Lfctony 07-11-07 09:04 AM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
Quote:

I overclocked my DDR2 800
The reason is quite obvious...

Madpistol 07-11-07 09:37 AM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
if the timings are tighter than what the specs say the ram can take, it almost definitely has to be the ram that's causing the errors.

Zapablast05 07-11-07 03:55 PM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
CAS#5-4-4-5-11 crashes on me too. I get a BSOD and it goes so quick, I can't read the error. But when I set it to CAS#5-5-4-5-11, I'm ORTHOS Stable for 10 hours. The default timings are CAS#5-5-5-18-23. I really want to know which timing effects the other timing, like if I set RAS#Precharge to 4, will that enable me to use CAS#4 Lat.?

Zapablast05 07-11-07 11:22 PM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
If I drop the HT-Link to 3x, will I be able to operate at CAS#4?

Zapablast05 07-12-07 01:04 AM

Re: Programs Crash with new RAM Timings
 
Never mind guys, I fixed it. It was my RAS to CAS Delay that was too tight.


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