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Old 08-26-03, 02:00 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Memory Settings


according to Sisoft Sandra....
the memory settings say this
Corsair CMX512-3200C2 512MB 16x(32Mx8) DDR-SDRAM PC3200U-2533-600 (CL2.5 up to 200MHz) (CL2 up to 167MHz)

what exactly is this telling me??...
sorry kinda not use to seeing corsair....

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Old 08-26-03, 04:28 AM   #2
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With CPU - Z 1.19A you can get a more exact readout of your SPD like in the case of my XMS3500C2PT;

CPU-Z version 1.19a
Memory Modules Serial Presence Detect (SPD)

Module #0
Memory type DDR-SDRAM
Manufacturer (ID) Corsair (7F7F9E0000000000)
Size 256MBytes
Max bandwidth PC3200 (200MHz)
Part number CMX256A-3500C2
Max frequency @CAS#2.0 166MHz
Max frequency @CAS#2.5 200MHz

Module #1
Memory type DDR-SDRAM
Manufacturer (ID) Corsair (7F7F9E0000000000)
Size 256MBytes
Max bandwidth PC3200 (200MHz)
Part number CMX256A-3500C2
Max frequency @CAS#2.0 166MHz
Max frequency @CAS#2.5 200MHz

What this tells you in the case of XMS3200, on the XMS3500 its a whole different story because of JEDEC, is what Corsair has tested them to be stable & reliable within their specific guidelines of voltage & speed with their own specific tests.

Are you limited by this? Well that's up to experience & the willingness to void the warranty. What I can tell you is that my modules have gone past their "conservative" SPD timings & proven themselves to be awesome overclockers.

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Old 08-26-03, 05:21 AM Thread Starter   #3
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well I d/l'ed it and it didn't properly see the memory.....hmmmm is there something I am missing in my bios?

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It shouldnt matter what you set in the BIOS because it is suppose to be readung the SPD chip. Dunno whats happening with your setup.

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