well i did get it
im sorry i do not know much about memory, at newegg specification page cas lalency is 3-4-4-8. but what i got was 2.5-4-4-8 whats better 2.5 or 3 thank you. o at the reviews at newegg some said, that this ramm did not work
in the abit nf7. is this true
Cas 2.5 is faster than cas 3. We may have updated the sticks with lower timings or your board may just be reading them wrong off the sticks. If you have stability problems with 2.5-3-3-8 timings try manually setting them to 3-3-3-8
this is nuts. at 11x200 timeing at 2.5-3-3-8 or 7 at 2.7volts errors.it will not pass.
but at 2.5-3-3-11 at 2.8 it will pass. so i up the fsb to 202, got 3 errors.well ok ill try
204 6 errors, 208 9 errors. is it just bad memory.
OK i called tech support and told him my prob, gave him all the info that i could.
he said that that ram will not go over a 200 fsb, then i said about all the errors at 2.6 2.7 he said that's not good, i said that it would pass at 2.8 should i run it at 2.9 then.he said no don't do that it will just go bad faster.he said do not run it at 3 v it will voled? the lifetime warranty. he going to send me the info for a rma. he said will see if we can get you some better voltage sticks.
thank you steve for your help