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    KN9 Ultra Ram volts problem

    just installed and setup the KN9 Ultra with an X2 5200+ and 2 Gb of GeiL CAS 4 Ultra low latency PC 6400 ram.
    It's supposed to run at 2.1 volts but the bios sets it to 1.8 volt and the pc crashes/reboots.
    If I set it to 2.10(2.1v?)then the pc boots and runs but Abit EQ shows that the volts are too high.
    It shows DDR2 Value =2.10v, limit = (in red says it is )1.62v-1.98v Warning
    DDR2 VTT =1.05V, and in red says 0.81v-0.99v Warning

    Why is this and what do I need to change?
    Also in the bios is a setting for DDR2 Ref voltage and it is set to 0.0
    Bios is latest(20).
    One other thing is when set to auto the bios sets the ram to 5-5-5-18 2T instead of the 4-4-4-12 1T it is supposed to run at.
    Last edited by musicman53; 29-05-2007 at 08:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicman53 View Post
    One other thing is when set to auto the bios sets the ram to 5-5-5-18 2T instead of the 4-4-4-12 1T it is supposed to run at.
    it's quite normal for programmed SPD to be looser than the mfrs advertise the RAM as capable of.

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