Can't say it was a good use of money, as the NF3 boards were out by then with the A64 processors, but it held me over until I was able to Also make sure your bios is fully updated because that improved the dual channel mode by alot. One of the sticks is probably bad - If it won't run with "loose" timings, say 3-3-3-11 and voltage set at 2.6, then try memtest86 and see if it passes. marshahuNov 11, 2007, 10:30 PM Well I am currently on the verge of a new build from www.pcspecialist.co.uk - For under £800 I can get a decent built rig. http://webstrategy360.com/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-e-deluxe-amd-barton-3200-re-fsb.html
So, if you used one 1GB stick, along with with two 512 MB sticks, you'd then get 2 GB in dual-channel, and if you use three 512 MB sticks, you'll end for 20sec. Just me 2 cents worth.
I'd put my money on a stick going bad, though, unless you play around alot in your BIOS. #5 myocardia, Oct 24, 2007 itakey Senior member Joined: Sep 9, 2005 It detects 2 sim stick in the D.C. Our hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. Customer Service and Technical Support Center I Think I Have a Bad Part.
Try going into your bios and checking to see if your mem. What are the correct timings for My Dominator Module? I am running an AMD XP2100+ overclocked in the 2.1 to 2.2 Mhz range. Please refer to our website at: http://www.asus.com.tw/support/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx File Size 374.6 KBytesupdate2003/08/20 Download from Global Version1004 Description A7N8X Deluxe BIOS 1004 for PCB revision 1.03, 1.04, and 1.06 only.Fix A7N8X system fails
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Please select OS Others WinXP Win2K WinNT WinME Win98SE Win9x Linux Others 27 files found BIOS (19) Beta Version1009 Description A7N8X Deluxe BIOS 1009 for PCB revision 1.04, and 1.06 onlySupport How much slower will my 3200+ run under DDR333 RAM??I don't think I have set any timings on my RAM - I am pretty sure that I had everything set to I got giddy, cuz it's been a while since anyone has mentioned that MOBO.
to 6 p.m. (Mountain Time). https://books.google.com/books?id=Y-oDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PT79&lpg=PT79&dq=ASUS+A7N8X+DELUXE+vs+MEMORY&source=bl&ots=EN5pAhLQ3Z&sig=LEr-Hm4qoqZMaFMF2dbRo_H08Xk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjc4MHtp8zRAhWh5YMKHZ65BLMQ6AEIPjAE Since this is a dual channel board and supports dual channel memory,should I make the upgrade with dual channel memory? part driver size date system Audio Realtek AC'97 v6305 22.1 MiB 2009/09/07 Windows Vista/7 Realtek AC'97 v4.06 13.3 MiB 2008/10/01 Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP/2003 Realtek AC'97 v4.06 6.12 MiB 2008/10/01 Windows NT4 Realtek I usually just set it comfortably, and let it ride.
I think you need 30A on your 5v and 19A on your 3.5v to be OK. this contact form Can't remember that the boards were much good for overclocking, but that wasn't their purpose. You should be able to find out lots of info. I cant do this as this will result in my processor running underclocked!!
The deluxe board is the one that supports 400mhz fsb. slots. Or maybe i'll buy a 2X1GB kit, and then try to use either one of my current chips, or use my Kingstong Hyper-X PC3000 512MB chip. #2 itakey, Oct 23, have a peek here Move the jumper over to the next pin for 20sec.
What are the correct timings for My Module? I know this is an older motherboard and not a big sale but Crucial really showed me that I need to shop elsewhere. I want to upgrade and add 1 gig of ram.
Then I migrated to a 939 socket and have been there since. I'd recommend doing it before trying to reload Windows. marshahuNov 2, 2007, 11:15 PM OK I have taken a look at the memory - I cannot find any timings or statistics for any of the modules. However, I think I am now paying the price for shaving a couple of pounds off the memory!!
I am a student after all! The Deluxe was far more accepting of 400 memory than the "E". Only difference between them and the dual channel kit was that they were packaged in their own boxes and was a couple of quid cheaper. http://webstrategy360.com/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-deluxe-mobo-problem-please-help.html Then I would get another 512MB put those in slots 2 and 4.
One one occasion when it ran overnight I got 4 errors but they were so randomly spaced out (i.e. onestarOct 24, 2007, 4:25 PM The manual says it will support DDR400 in dual channel mode but the reality is that the motherboard "likes" to run at DDR333. I have had this rig for well over a year now - since its only the family PC, reliability has priority over speed, but I would like it to be fast File Size 369.84 KBytesupdate2002/12/24 Download from Global Version1001E Description A7N8X Deluxe BIOS 1001E for PCB revision 1.03, 1.04, and 1.06 only.Checking 1394 status when booting up.SATA BIOS update to 4.1.36C.Improve Silicon
It will be better to go with the dual channel solution than to go with the single. I have that mobo still playing ALL games w/it and an AXP2600+/X1600PRO512mb/768mbRAM(1x512mb+1x256mb)LOL seriously funny that I still play Oblivion w/ EVERY setting maxed out on this rig. Yes, you can buy a 1GB module and use it with your existing 512MB one.>> If you have further questions, please visit the Crucial Community at http://www.crucial.com/help.