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Did I make The Right Choice Truthly

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July 28, 2012 9:04:47 PM

Did I make the right choice I bought the
Asus P8P67 Socket 1155 USB 3.0 for £55 like $90 are have I been ripped of and will this run with my set up ok
8 GB DDR3 Lenovo Ram
Intel i5 2500k
15,000 RPM Hitachi 75GB and Hitachi 7200rpm 500GB And Seagate 7200rpm 265GB
Radeon HD 5670
650 PSU

Hope you can answer my question if it doesn't run please can you tell me how I can get it running

Thank you

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a c 206 V Motherboard
July 28, 2012 9:19:00 PM

As long as the motherboard has the revised Rev. B3 P67 chipset and the 8 GB of DDR3 Lenovo RAM is 1.5 Volt memory modules it should work.
July 28, 2012 9:21:03 PM

Thanks it is Lenovo 1.5 volt but usually i've heard Lenovo Ram doesn't work good whats you thoughts
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a c 206 V Motherboard
July 28, 2012 9:28:27 PM

eL3ctrozz said:
Thanks it is Lenovo 1.5 volt but usually i've heard Lenovo Ram doesn't work good whats you thoughts

What's the Lenovo model number of the RAM you've purchased? Post a link to it, if you can.
July 28, 2012 9:32:36 PM

I can't at the moment em but cause I am using it with a lenovo motherboard at the moment just wondering if that would run alright on a Asus if it helps I get a index score of 7.6
July 28, 2012 9:37:57 PM

Well I think
a c 206 V Motherboard
July 28, 2012 9:51:44 PM

So you're going to try and use ECC Memory in a motherboard that uses Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory?
July 28, 2012 10:02:25 PM

I think it might be different how do I tell if its buffered un buffered if you no how
a c 206 V Motherboard
July 28, 2012 10:14:05 PM

Download and run the freeware utility CPU-Z from here: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

On the webpage look for the Download latest release heading to the right of the example CPU-Z window and select the appropriate download for the Operating System you are using.

Install if necessary (i.e. if you chose the 1.61 setup, english download).

Run CPU-Z and click on the Memory tab to display information about what timings your memory is currently running with.

Click on the SPD tab to display the contents of the SPD EEPROM's Timings Table.
July 29, 2012 1:54:43 AM

I think there is something wrong tell me if these look right
a c 206 V Motherboard
July 30, 2012 6:34:51 PM

eL3ctrozz said:
I found the information about my RAM http://www.qdigrp.com/product/DOWN/desktop/RMR1810EC58E...

Too bad those specs don't mention anything about the contents of the SPD Timings table. In fact it mentions nothing about the timings or CAS Latency.

It's EPP (i.e. Enhanced Performance Profiles) Memory so here is its SPD Timings Table with EPP Extensions:

Type: DDR3
Size: 2048 MBytes
Manufacturer: Ramaxel Technology
Max Bandwidth: PC3-10700 (667 MHz)
Part Number: RMR1810EC58E8F1333


SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #6
Frequency: 761.9 MHz
CAS# Latency: 10.0
RAS# To CAS#: 10
RAS# Precharge: 10
tRAS: 28
tRC: 38
Voltage: 1.500 V

SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #5
Frequency: 685.7 MHz
CAS# Latency: 9.0
RAS# To CAS#: 9
RAS# Precharge: 9
tRAS: 25
tRC: 34
Voltage: 1.500 V

SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #4
Frequency: 609.5 MHz
CAS# Latency: 8.0
RAS# To CAS#: 8
RAS# Precharge: 8
tRAS: 22
tRC: 30
Voltage: 1.500 V

SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #3
Frequency: 533.3 MHz
CAS# Latency: 7.0
RAS# To CAS#: 7
RAS# Precharge: 7
tRAS: 20
tRC: 27
Voltage: 1.500 V

SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #2
Frequency: 457.1 MHz
CAS# Latency: 6.0
RAS# To CAS#: 6
RAS# Precharge: 6
tRAS: 17
tRC: 23
Voltage: 1.500 V

SPD Table Entry: JEDEC #1
Frequency: 381.0 MHz
CAS# Latency: 5.0
RAS# To CAS#: 5
RAS# Precharge: 5
tRAS: 14
tRC: 19
Voltage: 1.500 V

On first boot the ASUS P8P67 should automatically default to using SPD Table Entry JEDEC #5.

The DRAM COMMAND Mode/Command Rate should default to 2.

You can manually override the memory timings using the ASUS UEFI BIOS Utility - Advanced Mode ---> Ai Tweaker ---> DRAM Timing Control settings page.
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