Originally posted by: kirbalo
What is your Command Rate set at...1T or 2T?
If at 1T, try 2T to see if that helps...
Yeah, you could do that, but then your memory would be clocked down substantially. I seem to be having a similar problem with my A8V Deluxe: I have 2x512 Crucial Ballistix 2-2-2-6 DDR400, but anything faster than 2.5-2-2-8 will cause sporadic BSODs. I don't know yet whether it is a problem with the motherboard or if it is just the particular batch of memory Newegg ended up sending me. It is quite a strange problem, though, as my system is Prime stable and can pass an 8-hour run of memtest86, yet I still get random BSODs.
Anyways, what voltage is your memory supposed to run at? I'm thinking it probably is not getting enough power, so it will occasionally crash under load. I don't know about your board, but mine only runs up to 2.8V on the VDIMM, and my memory is supposed to run at 2.85V (though this should be within the tolerance of the memory's voltage range)...
You could RMA it through the manufacturer, since it is not performing to spec. If that does not help, then you may just have to set it at CL2.5 like I did, and just deal with it, although I would much prefer a product I bought to perform to the specifications it is rated at /dry.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="<_<" border="0" alt="dry.gif" />
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