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User Name Remember Me? Due to the COVID outbreak, we are experiencing high order volumes and understand that you may have concerns about products being delivered to you. Reputation: This motherboard is only by default, so it needs to be overclocked in order to run the memory at If I don't want to overclock the system, do I have to do anything to get the TW3X4GC9DHX sticks to run at , or will they automatically run at unless I do something special to get them to run at ?
Is it the memory's default settings or the motherboards default settings that sets the default speed of the memory? The Corsair specs say this memory needs to run at 1. How "serious" is this concern? It says to use A1 and B1 for sticks, but for sticks it says to use A1 and A2, which is counter to the manual's "general" recommendations for installing memory which recommends using A1 and B1. If I follow the "X. It seems like the X. What am I missing here?
Thanks, Larry. Last edited by lalittle; at PM. Before we go any further, can you clarify what memory you intend to use? We don't currently manufacture or sell 4GB modules. Also, XMP has nothing to do with dual channel. If you insert 2 modules into the proper slots and initiate the XMP profile, the memory controller will use the RAM in dual channel.
I'm not going to get into a why guessing game. You can contact Asus for those questions. This is your motherboard. I will give you instructions if you will follow them. Otherwise your best bet is to contact Asus and ask them why they have In short, XMP will work with 2 modules and not 4. And, with 2 modules in the proper slots or 4 modules, your MOBO will operate the memory in dual channel.
Does that cover what you need to know as far as our modules go? As Derek noted, that configuration table was produced by ASUS and they are the best source of info on "why" for that table.
Originally Posted by lalittle. Last edited by DerekT; at AM. Also, just get memory that runs at if you're not going to OC. You'll probably save some money. What CPU do you have? Find all posts by Wired. I can also, if you wish, provide my values that I used to achieve stability in my system.
In addition to the great assistance you will receive in this forum, if I may be of humble assistance, please let me know. Thanks for the responses.
Originally Posted by DerekT. The manual is in error. The two orange are Dual Channel slots and the two brown are dual channel slots. For overclocking the two brown are the best slots as they are tuned for higher speeds.
In response to other questions above, I'm using an Core 2 Duo E processor. Enhance compatibility with certain memory modules. On this note, how much "overall" real world difference would I see between and modules? Is there any specific reason or advantage to using the orange slots? You said that the brown slots or I believe black in my case were "tuned for higher speeds," so why not just always use these?
Although this topic is really old, I am still using this motherboard and I need your help. I have some troubles with the memory modules for years and I never made it to make them totally stable. I am using 4 modules of 2GB, so in total 8GB. As I have read almost everywhere, this motherboard seems to not like 4 modules of memory and become unstable when you fill them all.
But it seems that when I do minor changes at the AI Tweaker, sometimes the system responses better. For example tonight I decided to change the NB voltage from auto to 1. I was wondering, what could it be the correct settings for the memories and other components in this motherboard finally? My cpu is the q, the motherboard is the p5e3 deluxe wifi n and the memories are the G.
Skilll or Asus forums at the past, so I quit trying. My main problem is that I have random display driver crashes and before I change the NB voltage, the pc was lagging and the memory consumption was high. My settings now is these: Code:. Last edited by Arvacon; at PM.
Thread Tools. All times are GMT The time now is AM. User Name. Remember Me? Forum Rules. Support Ticket System. Edit System Specs. Mark Forums Read. Thanks, Larry Last edited by lalittle; at PM. Find all posts by lalittle. Find all posts by DerekT. Find all posts by CTUEdger. For a two slot DRAM configuration. Orange Slots. Quote: Originally Posted by lalittle Is there any specific reason or advantage to using the orange slots? Just out of curiosity, if using RAM at , would I use ALL the values posted above, or should "some" of the values be set differently due to the fact that the sticks are underclocked i.
I ask this for two reasons. If I do overclock, than I will indeed want to get the values. I read through the other threads linked below, which talked about it being best to run RAM at the speed it was "designed" for, but does this mean that running RAM at could potentially cause problems that running RAM at would avoid?
I just want to be totally clear on this. Thanks again for all the help, Larry. Ps: Dear DerekT, if you are still active in this forum, please give me your lights!
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If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page. Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button. Please email us if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message. Sold and Shipped by Newegg. Pros: when it descides to run it runs great and over clocks like a champ, great bios. Cons: has been the most finicky board i have ever owned, bios wouldnt flash with out great effort and corruption, voltages would not hold to save its life.