Asus P5B-E Plus with TwinX2x2048-6400C4

Blixoz

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Greetings.


I've just purchased my self some new parts for my system. All went smooth when selecting drive in Vista x64 setup, but when it installed it gave me a BSOD. Then a ran a Memtest, and it gave me two errors. I've uploaded three pictures for you guys. Please help me, hope not my ram is defective.

Intel Core 2 Duo / E6600
Asus P5B-E/Plus, Intel P965, LGA775
Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C4, 2x1024MB

Can it be a voltage problem?


Pictures:
http://alcoholic.dk/?p=show&id=1632
http://alcoholic.dk/?p=show&id=1633
http://alcoholic.dk/?p=show&id=1640

I can install WinXP with no probs, here is a screen from CPU-Z:

http://alcoholic.dk/view.php?id=1641


I beg you guys to help me!
 
In the second picture you have there is Memory Voltage. Try bumping that up to 2.0 volts or slightly higher. Check you RAM specs and set the Memory voltage to the RAM's specs. Should be 2.0 to 2.1v.
 

Blixoz

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In the second picture you have there is Memory Voltage. Try bumping that up to 2.0 volts or slightly higher. Check you RAM specs and set the Memory voltage to the RAM's specs. Should be 2.0 to 2.1v.

Thank you very much Badge! It worked, and you just saved my day! Thank you!
 

Blixoz

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I've got a high pitched noise from my motherboard I think, I've thin some place on asus forum it says was because of NB Vcore was too low? If not, what is wrong? I've also changed "Write to Precharge delay" to 15 by some advice I've got from the Official Corsair Memory Support Forum. What happens when I set "Memory Remapping" to "Enabled"?