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March 8, 2010 9:25:38 AM

I have a Asus p5b-e motherboard.

Will this RAM work in it?

Brand: Transcend JetRam

2GB RAM

240 pin - For Desktop PC

DDR2 800 - Backward compatible with 533

Non-ECC , Unbuffered, CL5

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March 8, 2010 11:53:26 AM

Yea is fine, is supported by your mobo.

See specifications here

What is the price of that RAM?
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March 8, 2010 9:15:47 PM

saint19, the guy i am buying the ram off said it will clock down to 667, is that right? Sorry, i get really confused about memory and stuff. i just want 2gb running at 800mhz, but i am on a tght budget, hence the $72 or so was very attractive.

dean
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March 8, 2010 9:19:20 PM

how about KVR800D2N6/2G
will that ram run at 800?
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March 9, 2010 3:04:02 AM

kiwichristian said:
saint19, the guy i am buying the ram off said it will clock down to 667, is that right? Sorry, i get really confused about memory and stuff. i just want 2gb running at 800mhz, but i am on a tght budget, hence the $72 or so was very attractive.

dean


1- With clock down he means that you can "reduce" the speed of your RAM 'till 667MHz, so, if he says that I can say that the RAM is DDR2 800MHz

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how about KVR800D2N6/2G
will that ram run at 800?


Yeah, that RAM is a DDR2-800MHz, BUT the problem is the CL, that RAM have a CL6, that is very high for DDR2, the usual for this standar is CL4 or CL5. If you don't know wahat is CL, you can read THIS
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March 9, 2010 3:27:31 AM

Argh1 I give up. I guess 2gb at 667 is better than 1gb at 800.

I think i will just grab it.
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March 9, 2010 3:32:51 AM

^Yeah, the 667 will be in dual-channel, that is more faster that single channel at 800.
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March 9, 2010 9:19:51 PM

Unless I missed something, I don't see why it would downclock to 667. Since the memory is DDR2 800 and the board supports DDR2 800. You can even adjust your memory settings in the bios to make sure that it runs at 800.

I would get the Transcend JetRam instead of the Kingston because the lower cas is better.
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March 9, 2010 11:04:22 PM

BradyT88 said:
Unless I missed something, I don't see why it would downclock to 667. Since the memory is DDR2 800 and the board supports DDR2 800. You can even adjust your memory settings in the bios to make sure that it runs at 800.

I would get the Transcend JetRam instead of the Kingston because the lower cas is better.


The guy sent me the transcend anyhow, so i will try that once my mobo is replaced ( for a fourth time! )

I am rapidly loosing faith in Asus.
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March 9, 2010 11:33:20 PM

Me too. I am having issues with my VRM's throttling down my vcore on my cpu and messing up my OC.
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March 10, 2010 12:20:40 AM

BradyT88 said:
Me too. I am having issues with my VRM's throttling down my vcore on my cpu and messing up my OC.


I have two choices. Buy a cheaper, new mobo, or grab a second hand Asus P5B Deluxe/WiFi Intel P965 for nz$168
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March 10, 2010 3:21:28 AM

What new and cheap mobo? That ASUS is a good mobo, but is used and I don't trust in that.
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March 10, 2010 3:59:37 AM

saint19 said:
What new and cheap mobo? That ASUS is a good mobo, but is used and I don't trust in that.


I ended up buying a new mobo. gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L

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March 10, 2010 4:04:42 AM

Looks like a good mobo and have all the stuffs that you need. Good choise.
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March 10, 2010 6:00:43 AM

saint19 said:
Looks like a good mobo and have all the stuffs that you need. Good choise.


Well, to be honest, price drove me the most. There was another one $10 cheaper, but i hadnt heard of the brand. There was an asus one for $10 more and it was a fullsize atx, but i am wary of asus at the moment, so i went for this one. It was around NZ$123. I am now poor. I have no job so every cent helps.

I whacked in the new RAM and am just reinstalling Windows XP Pro.

The computer guy said my power supply was not enough for a system with a graphics card. I had only just bought it new as well, it is 420W, but he said that was max. So, i may have to spend another $120 on a 500W one. <sigh>.

If it wasn't for this Asus EEE of mine, i would be lost! I must admit, in spite of my problems with Asus, i love it.

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March 10, 2010 10:54:45 AM

Only 420W?, that's is your problem for a good stability you need at least a 500W PSU from a good manufacturer like Antec, PC power and cooling, OCZ, Corsair or Thermaltake.

List all the specifications of your rig. CPU, GPU, HD, RAM, Mobo, Drives
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March 11, 2010 3:18:33 AM

saint19 said:
Only 420W?, that's is your problem for a good stability you need at least a 500W PSU from a good manufacturer like Antec, PC power and cooling, OCZ, Corsair or Thermaltake.

List all the specifications of your rig. CPU, GPU, HD, RAM, Mobo, Drives



HELP. I think my ram is only running at 400.

According to Everest:

System Memory 2012 MB (DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM)
DIMM3: Transcend JM800QLU-2G 2 GB DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM (6-6-6-18 @ 400 MHz) (5-5-5-15 @ 333 MHz) (4-4-4-12 @ 266 MHz)

DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo E6420, 2133 MHz (8 x 267)
Motherboard Name Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L (2 PCI, 1 PCI-E x1, 1 PCI-E x16, 2 DDR2 DIMM, Audio, Video, Gigabit LAN)
Motherboard Chipset Intel Eaglelake G41
System Memory 2012 MB (DDR2-800 DDR2
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March 11, 2010 3:34:27 AM

Your RAM is fine, don't worry.

RAM speed: 400MHz, but remember that is dual channel, so, 400MHz x 2 = 800MHz
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March 11, 2010 3:36:55 AM

The DDR in the memory name stands for Double Data Rate. DDR memory sends 2 bits per clock cycle. So it basically runs at double its clock rate. So DDR2 800 actually runs at 400MHz.
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March 11, 2010 3:46:40 AM

saint19 said:
Your RAM is fine, don't worry.

RAM speed: 400MHz, but remember that is dual channel, so, 400MHz x 2 = 800MHz


Dual Channel has nothing to do with it. Memory and CPU's communicate across a 64 bit channel, meaning that each time information is sent back and forth it travels 64 bits at a time. The CPU can operate much faster than memory can, which leaves the CPU with a lot of wasted down time. To compensate, engineers came up with Dual and Triple channel motherboards. Basically There is a second 64 bit channel open to the CPU. So now that there are 2 channels, the cpu and memory communicate at 128 bits in dual channel and 192 bits in triple channel.

If I understand this part correctly though. The CPU theoretically sees the 2 sticks as though they were one and spreads information evenly across the two so that it can fully utilize both channels (if all of the data were stored on 1 stick, the extra channel would go to waste). This is why it is important that the sticks in slots A1 and B1 match each other and in A2 and B2 match each other. If not physically at least setting wise in the bios.

This is why dual channel is generally better, but due to all the extra traffic flow it can cause instability in overclocks.
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March 11, 2010 6:28:41 PM

Then it is not running at 800?
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March 11, 2010 6:49:21 PM

It is. Memory works in cycles. The cycle speed, or clock, is listed in hertz, which are cycles per second. Memory sends data every cycle. DDR memory sends data twice per cycle. So DDR2 800 actually operates at 400 MHz, but since it sends data twice per cycle it is the equivalent of 800 MHz compared to non DDR memory.
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March 11, 2010 7:14:05 PM

Is running at 800MHz
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March 18, 2010 12:27:04 AM

saint19 said:
Is running at 800MHz


According to the gigabytes easytune utility, under memory, it says PC2-6400( 400mhz )

On bootup, it also says memory runs in single channel.
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March 18, 2010 3:13:37 AM

Wait, the 2GB RAM is only one stick of RAM? or are 2x1GB.
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March 18, 2010 3:44:24 AM

saint19 said:
Wait, the 2GB RAM is only one stick of RAM? or are 2x1GB.



1 Stick.
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March 18, 2010 4:10:42 AM

^You RAM can't run at 800MHz because is only one stick.

See this two articles

1- DDR2 SDRAM
2- DDR2 specifications

As you can see in the 1st link, the DDR2-800MHz are only the standard name, here the I/O bus clock is the important and for your memory is 400MHz.

Now, the 800MHz are only possible if you have installed two sticks of the same RAM (think that I think you don't have, that increase the frecuency of the RAM from 400MHz to 800MHz
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March 18, 2010 8:54:44 AM

saint19 said:
^You RAM can't run at 800MHz because is only one stick.

See this two articles

1- DDR2 SDRAM
2- DDR2 specifications

As you can see in the 1st link, the DDR2-800MHz are only the standard name, here the I/O bus clock is the important and for your memory is 400MHz.

Now, the 800MHz are only possible if you have installed two sticks of the same RAM (think that I think you don't have, that increase the frecuency of the RAM from 400MHz to 800MHz


Bummer. So even though it SAYS 800, doesnt mean it will run at 800? Only if i get another 2gb stick will i get 4gb at 800?

Sorry, i am sounding really thick here!

Dean

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March 18, 2010 8:58:57 AM

Any idea how i can make things run faster? bear in mind i know nothing of overclocking.
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March 18, 2010 1:17:10 PM

Yeah, like one of the links says, the DDR2-800 is the standard name, but not the real speed that's 400MHz.

For the real 800MHz you need install another 2GB stick, and unfortunately for you, the only way is with OC, remember that the main objective of OC is increase the performance, in your case, the performance of your RAM.
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March 18, 2010 10:13:00 PM

saint19 said:
Yeah, like one of the links says, the DDR2-800 is the standard name, but not the real speed that's 400MHz.

For the real 800MHz you need install another 2GB stick, and unfortunately for you, the only way is with OC, remember that the main objective of OC is increase the performance, in your case, the performance of your RAM.


I hate to bash, but, Saint19, I think you need to study up on how memory works a little better. DDR2 800 memory will operate at 400MHz whether there is 1 stick or a million. The amount of sticks has nothing to do with it. It's all about how you set it in bios, which his is fine because it says he is running at 400MHz.

You have to have to sticks to run dual channel and all dual channel does is allow your cpu to talk to 2 sticks at the same time.

So, to kiwichristian, your memory is fine and the only way to get it faster would be to add a 2nd, identical stick, or to overclock.
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March 20, 2010 3:27:36 AM

Thanks guys.

Also, re: my computer crashing all the time, which we traced to the mobo, here is Asus' response:

The supplier says they have tested your motherboard and it works 100% fine with no errors.



Heres their response...



" Test Result: Passed Functional tests

- Passed 3DMark tests

Note: Please inform customer: the problem could be causing by other faulty components or issues. Please return the pc unit to the nearest computer repair store for further inspection.



We were unable to find the fault as described by customer. Please reply whether you would like us to send another replacement unit in this case or return the unit.



Note: The possible cause to the problem as customer described " Computer crashing, not turning on, resetting itself, freezing" is showing as

follows:

- I/O panel didn't mounted properly with the motherboard

- Power/HDD LED cable has been wrongly plugged onboard

- Chipset fan plugged on wrong slot onboard

- USB cable has been wrongly plugged onboard.

These common human errors will cause damage to the motherboard and blue screen intermittently. It's strongly recommended to have the motherboard setup by a certified technician.



Furthermore problem could cause system hang, blue screen or restart by

itself:

Hard Drive contain bad sectors

Faulty memory stick"

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March 20, 2010 3:40:54 AM

Can you test your rig with another PSU?
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March 20, 2010 4:55:32 AM

saint19 said:
Can you test your rig with another PSU?


Tried that, as well as another HDD. Did not try with different RAM though. My new system is stable thought, but i kinda miss the asus mobo in it.

this was the error description when i tried to install and run asus aisuite on the asus mobo :

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March 27, 2010 2:08:09 AM

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