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Topic Title: <B>Cool N Quiet Questions</B>
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Created On: 07/07/2004 02:39 PM
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 07/07/2004 02:39 PM
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Footman
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All,

Does anyone have a system that has more than one stick of memory with Cool N Quiet working as it should?

The reason I am asking this is because I have a system right now with an Epox mobo and CnQ doesn't work. Epox tells me it's because I have 2 sticks of memory and there is some issue with the memory and CnQ using the same buffer. They tell me this is an issue for both VIA and nVidia chipsets, but I they weren't clear if that was only an Epox issue or all mobo makers.

I am probably going to get a new mobo for this reason but I want to be sure my setup will work. So, like I said I want know if anyone actually has a system with 2 sticks and CnQ working properly. If so, what kind of mobo do you have?

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Footman

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Footman

Epox 8HDA5+
AMD Athlon 64 3400+
Antec SL450 PS
2xCrucial 512MB PC3200
2xWD 160GB SATA, Raid 0
WD 100GB IDE
ATI All-In-Wonder 9800XT
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS
Sony DRU-500A DVD
Sony DRU-530A DVD
 07/07/2004 02:47 PM
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Bonz
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yup, I got an Asus K8V SE DX with two 512 sticks and it works like a top.

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Athlon 64 3000+, Asus K8V SE DX, 1 GB Samsung PC3200 RAM, ATI AIW 9800 Pro, Sound Blaster Audigy MP3, Thermaltake 420 watt PSU, Samsung 60 GB HDD
 07/10/2004 12:24 PM
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Ricky
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2 Sticks here and CnQ works fine

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AN9 32x AM2 4600+ / KV8 MAX3 AMD 64 3400+/ AT7 MAX2 Barton 3800+
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