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That mobo doesn't support D.C. ("properly or something wierd") or have the same specs as the (non "E")Deluxe. Maybe despite being exactly the same in every shape and form, there must be some small insignificant difference between the two modules which causes problems when in dual channel mode :-S So far, i have 512 mb ddr 333 kingston and another stick of 256 running in my system right now. Just as for the source rpm, you need to have your kernel sources installed for this technique to work. this content

In my experience I've been happiest overclocking their (meaning Corsair's) RAM, purchasing specifically their LL products in their XMS line. Thank you all thus far.P.S. The 3Com drivers include diagnostics software for DOS and Windows (a huge plus with the corporate community) while the NVIDIA drivers do not have that functionality yet. 3. At the bottom right corner, the small speaker has been removed & the pins to plug the PC speaker, power switch have color marks.

Ask a question and give support. Shouldn't these memories run much better CL-settings, because they are already underclocked? I cant do this as this will result in my processor running underclocked!!

The device driver problem has rarely occured, only if the BSOD reads "IRQ not less than or equal"On contacting Asus about this problem, they recommended I get Kingston memory as that Video Card drivers 2. then try single sided modules http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.asp?model=A7N8X&DetailMB=Y&cat=RAM call their tech support http://www.crucial.com/company/contacts.asp 0 LVL 30 Overall: Level 30 Message Expert Comment by:GrandSchtroumpf ID: 91118032003-08-08 one more post for this question: In IF all your RAM is the same speed then your good for dual chanel.

Welcome to TechSpot. The A7N8X comes with 3-3pin connectors for fans, but I have a MGE Acrylic case, so there are 5 case fans and a cpu fan to power. The only PC 3500 we use is OCZ and Corsair. You have to have specific low-latency performance modules in order to be able to run faster speeds that you want.

Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. As far as pure performance goes, having a SingleChannel memory controller doesn't cut performance in half. Can it only work on pairs of chips? > > > > Thanks in advance... > > > > Tom Braider, Jan 11, 2004 #5 Guest On Sun, 11 Jan I still have not received any info that was actually relevant to my original question.

I found that >I have PC3200 memory installed, but it only runs at 200MHz. Topic Starter Posts: 4,274 -=( The A7N8X-E Deluxe )=- Link to the ASUS Webpage Pictures : Top View Back View Bundle View Images taken from -> ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe review @ Stay logged in Sign up now! Your 2*256Mb sticks in 1 & 3 - > the 512MB stick in slot 2.

Go into the newly created folder, then type ( as root ) make install. http://olivettipc.com/question-on/question-on-hub.html For ex. for 20sec. If yes, try disable.Try changing the refresh and CAS to higher numbers. MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs

onestarOct 25, 2007, 12:25 AM The manual says it will support DDR400 in dual channel mode but the reality is that the motherboard "likes" to run at DDR333. Having a chipset capable of offering more then the CPU can handle means the extra bandwidth can be used by other devices without having to compete with the CPU at all. each) and the same timings/voltage abilities. have a peek at these guys You can monitor your memory usage with Windows TaskManager (if you are running Windows NT, 2000 or XP) or with another utility if you are using another OS such as linux.

They call that DDR400 for double data rate. marshahuNov 11, 2007, 1:08 AM I understand your point and you are right about it being a losing battle. Joecheng Member Joined: Sep 18, 2001 Messages: 101 Likes Received: 0 I've looked through the dedicated thread to this mobo w/ no luck.

Thing is when looking through Kingston website and telling them my motherboard, they included a DDR400 single and dual channel kit in the list!!

That should kick some but man. The 2 Dimms are then used in <> or something like that, which means that the load is spread between the two Dimms, so you can have about twice the Ask ! Does this sound like a symptom of using two single 1GB memory sticks in dual channel channel despite them not being sold as a "dual channel" kit!?!

Yet no one else seems to have a problem. is running at the right timings. Topic Starter Posts: 4,274 Linux Installation First you need to download the latest nVidia nForce drivers from nvidia.com. http://olivettipc.com/question-on/question-on-ac-97.html Will this setup work?

Treeking: Not true. So when I play 3D games the 1GB would be best but 1.5GB would be overall much better. The best performance is when running syncronously. No, create an account now.

I see no reason to waste an nForce2 mobo on a 266MHz cpu. Ben, Dec 15, 2003, in forum: Asus Motherboards Replies: 2 Views: 568 DreamMaker Dec 16, 2003 A7N8X-DELUXE OR A7N8X-E DELUXE? sailerNov 12, 2007, 12:44 PM cbxbiker61 said: I've been running an A7N8X deluxe with 2 gigs of Corsair 400 for over a year now at 400 no problem. posterumNov 17, 2007, 6:10 AM I'm also having memory-related problems with this MoBo...

This table is taken from Hardware.fr If your BIOS is version 1004 & up, setting the Ram modules correctly will result in the mention Dual Channel Mode being posted on the duplex=0 sets it to auto, 1 to half-duplex & 2 to full duplex. Restart.