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September 11, 2011 10:23:33 AM

Ok here it is MEM 1G|CORSAIR CM2X1024-6400 R i added 2 of thease, to the exact same 2- 2 gig ram i already had in. got BLUE screen thought i had a bad stick took 1 out, Blue screen took that out put iother in Blue screen. took both out left orignal ram in no blue screen. maybe i cant mix 1 and 2 go sticks on this motherboard-



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September 11, 2011 4:09:38 PM

Is the system stable if only the new modules are installled? According to CPU-Z, SPD tab, are the old and the new modules really the same? Having the same part number doesn't guarantee that they are identical. Did you increase memory voltage a bit to compensate for the additional load? Is the system stable if you lower the memory speed from 800 MHz to 667 MHz?
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September 11, 2011 4:14:16 PM

Are you sure they are exactly the same? The timings voltage and speed?

Did you set them at 1.9v or just leave it on auto?
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September 11, 2011 4:51:24 PM

go in the bios and adjust the steppings and voltages and check compatibility with ur mobo
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September 12, 2011 1:08:20 AM

Thanks for your replys. i went into bios couldnt find anywhere to adjust voltage on ram. i know the voltage on ram already on the board are 1.8, on the 2 2 gig sticks)
on the 1 gig sticks its 1.9,

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September 12, 2011 1:21:46 AM

James_56 said:
Thanks for your replys. i went into bios couldnt find anywhere to adjust voltage on ram. i know the voltage on ram already on the board are 1.8, on the 2 2 gig sticks)
on the 1 gig sticks its 1.9,

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1.8?
That seems really high my ddr3 Corsair vengence runs at about 1.6 volts try turning it down below 1.65 volts and see what happens

EDIT
My ram runs at 1.5 volts and its set to 1600 mhz
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September 12, 2011 1:33:07 AM

dayto11 said:
1.8?
That seems really high my ddr3 Corsair vengence runs at about 1.6 volts try turning it down below 1.65 volts and see what happens

EDIT
My ram runs at 1.5 volts and its set to 1600 mhz
Please don't confuse DDR2 and DDR3 memory as they are different.
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September 12, 2011 1:36:24 AM

GhislainG said:
Please don't confuse DDR2 and DDR3 memory as they are different.

were does he say he is running ddr2 or 3 i just presumed he was running 3

My fault he posted his brand of memory which is ddr2 is defult memory runs at 1.9
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September 12, 2011 1:38:24 AM

dayto11 said:
were does he say he is running ddr2 or 3 i just presumed he was running 3

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September 12, 2011 1:39:58 AM

dayto11 said:
were does he say he is running ddr2 or 3 i just presumed he was running 3

My fault he posted his brand of memory which is ddr2 is defult memory runs at 1.9
However he's trying to use both 1.8V and 1.9V memory and that can lead to stability issues.
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September 12, 2011 1:42:41 AM

GhislainG said:
However he's trying to use both 1.8V and 1.9V memory and that can lead to stability issues.

Please correct me if i am wrong the mobo by default should clock down to the lower setting so shouldnt he raise to 1.9v he will have a bit of extra juice on the mem but it can have more
This is how it works on ddr3 atleast
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September 12, 2011 1:43:39 AM

Even if the DIMMs were identical - which clearly they are not, they are NOT guaranteed to work together or at the advertised frequency unless they were purchased as one, tested, matched kit. This is the problem with trying to add memory... Many times it simply will not function properly when mixed.
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September 12, 2011 1:47:28 AM

dayto11 said:
Please correct me if i am wrong the mobo by default should clock down to the lower setting so shouldnt he raise to 1.9v he will have a bit of extra juice on the mem but it can have more
This is how it works on ddr3 atleast

You are correct; that's why I wrote that it should be set it to +0.100V (1.9V) or more, but he shouldn't exceed +0.200V (2.0V). Memory voltage is increased from the 1.8V base. It's a bit confusing, but it works.
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September 12, 2011 1:48:35 AM

GhislainG said:
You are correct; that's why I wrote that it should be set it to +0.100V (1.9V) or more, but he shouldn't exceed +0.200V (2.0V). Memory voltage is increased from the 1.8V base. It's a bit confusing, but it works.

o ok the +0.200v confused me lol ok that should be his answer than
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September 12, 2011 2:01:34 AM

your first are 2 gig each the other are 1 gig each your board is working on dual channel
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September 12, 2011 12:44:23 PM

Ok all thanks for you help. nice to have people willing to give me a hand. Ok i found the same ram as i already have installed. same voltage. timming. make everything,,,,, 2 more 2 gig sticks . ill install them when they get here,should i still up the voltage alittle. or leave it in default which is 1.8 volts.,
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September 12, 2011 12:48:31 PM

Learn more about the Corsair TWIN2X4096-6400C5
Model
BrandCORSAIR
SeriesXMS2
ModelTWIN2X4096-6400C5
Type240-Pin DDR2 SDRAMTech Spec
Capacity4GB (2 x 2GB)
SpeedDDR2 800 (PC2 6400)
Cas Latency5
Timing5-5-5-18
Voltage1.8V
Multi-channel KitDual Channel Kit
Heat SpreaderYes
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September 12, 2011 1:35:42 PM

James_56 said:
Ok all thanks for you help. nice to have people willing to give me a hand. Ok i found the same ram as i already have installed. same voltage. timming. make everything,,,,, 2 more 2 gig sticks . ill install them when they get here,should i still up the voltage alittle. or leave it in default which is 1.8 volts.,

Try them at the default voltage. If memtest86+ (perform at least one complete pass - more is better) finds errors, then increase it.
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September 12, 2011 2:53:00 PM

James_56 said:
Thanks for your replys. i went into bios couldnt find anywhere to adjust voltage on ram. i know the voltage on ram already on the board are 1.8, on the 2 2 gig sticks)
on the 1 gig sticks its 1.9,

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So you lied. YOu did not get the exact same sticks. Not only are they a different size, but they are a different voltage and probably different timings as well.
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September 12, 2011 2:53:43 PM

James_56 said:
Ok all thanks for you help. nice to have people willing to give me a hand. Ok i found the same ram as i already have installed. same voltage. timming. make everything,,,,, 2 more 2 gig sticks . ill install them when they get here,should i still up the voltage alittle. or leave it in default which is 1.8 volts.,



I don't think your listening. You run them at whatever is says on the sticker. NOT whatever the hell you feel like running them at.
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September 12, 2011 3:15:20 PM

geekapproved said:
I don't think your listening. You run them at whatever is says on the sticker. NOT whatever the hell you feel like running them at.

Hey chill out i sent the 1 gig sticks back and just order the others the 2 2 gig sticks. should be here in 3 days, No i didnt lie, the 1 gig where 1.9 volts, the ones i just orderd are 1.8.just like the ram iam presently using.
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September 12, 2011 3:30:42 PM

You just asked in your 2nd to last post if you should raise the voltage....Did you not??

You don't raise the voltage. You run it at what it says on the sticker. Period.
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September 12, 2011 3:47:22 PM

yes i did, because i really didnt know, if it would help. but anyway thank you for your reply
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September 12, 2011 9:43:05 PM

uat run the ram at the higher voltage and you should be fine james but you always wanna have the same type of sticks in if you can
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September 13, 2011 4:49:27 PM

What do you mean you run the ram at a higher voltage? You run at whatever it's specs are, no more.

Where do these people come from??
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September 13, 2011 10:08:02 PM

geekapproved said:
What do you mean you run the ram at a higher voltage? You run at whatever it's specs are, no more.

Where do these people come from??

he has 1 stick run at 1.9 an d1 at 1.8 so i said set to 1.9 and it should work thats it dont get so pissy
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September 14, 2011 3:58:34 PM

dayto11 said:
he has 1 stick run at 1.9 an d1 at 1.8 so i said set to 1.9 and it should work thats it dont get so pissy


That's not at all what he said. He said he purchased an identicle match and they are both 1.8v. Pay attention.
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September 14, 2011 9:20:24 PM

geekapproved said:
That's not at all what he said. He said he purchased an identicle match and they are both 1.8v. Pay attention.

whatever lol i was told by the other guy that it was a 1.9 and a 1.8 stick so dont piss your self jeez
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September 14, 2011 10:04:02 PM

Quote:
i sent the 1 gig sticks back and just order the others the 2 2 gig sticks. should be here in 3 days, No i didnt lie, the 1 gig where 1.9 volts, the ones i just orderd are 1.8.just like the ram iam presently using.


Try to pay attention to the thread. lol
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September 25, 2011 12:18:47 PM

dayto11 said:
whatever lol i was told by the other guy that it was a 1.9 and a 1.8 stick so dont piss your self jeez

Well Someone needs Meds, Nasty attitude, doesnt belong on this type forum. (dayto11)<> Yes thats what i said you are correct, it did not work because i mixed ram with diff Voltage, so i bought 2 new sticks with 1.8 voltage, Now its the same :)  geekapproved, you remind me off my 3 kids when they where around 16 Bad attitude, they grew up. they have kids of there own now. Iam 58 Retired, Iam done babysitting lol. But thanks for the help lol
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September 26, 2011 12:03:45 AM

James_56 said:
Well Someone needs Meds, Nasty attitude, doesnt belong on this type forum. (dayto11)<> Yes thats what i said you are correct, it did not work because i mixed ram with diff Voltage, so i bought 2 new sticks with 1.8 voltage, Now its the same :)  geekapproved, you remind me off my 3 kids when they where around 16 Bad attitude, they grew up. they have kids of there own now. Iam 58 Retired, Iam done babysitting lol. But thanks for the help lol

are you complementing me or insulting me lol
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