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4 x1gb sticks of kingston hyper x 400 mhz but only getting 200

Hi today i just got 4x1gig kingston hyperx at 400mhz but will only run at 200mhz...on the board wich is a A8r-32 mvp deluxe with a FX-60 cpu clocked at 3.1 shouldnt this memory be running higher then 200mhz? more like 333mhz i would think..but i dont know i tryed everything but keep comming up with the big fail

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Its all ok DDR olways runing at 200mhz i hawe them to

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I am trying to add (2) KVR400/1GR to my ASUS K8V-X motherboard. They register fine but run at 169 hz not 200 hz. WHy is that? Can I force to run at 400?


Kingston KVR400 MHz memory will not run correctly on your Asus MB.
The bus speed of the MB can't handle over clocking memory to 400MHz Just because the CPU can handle 533/400MHz doesn't mean the memory can. You should be able to over clock the PC2100 memory up a bit to maybe 276MHz. Personnaly, I wouldn't even try it. Overclocking the CPU is much safer. Even if your board could run 400MHz memory, I doupt you'd even notice the higher data transfer rate.
The Asus P4V533-MX only supports, 2 x 184-pin DDR PC2100 / 266MHz or PC1600 / 200MHz non-ECC memory. Thats why your memory was lowered by the bios to 169MHz.
You would have to raise the voltage and speed on the memory. Odds are you'd fry the memory if you do so.
You may want to look through this link;
http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1804

Hope you find this helpful.
Cheers'
Mike

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According to SiS® official document, SiS® 748 chipset has limitation DDR supports:
CPU at FSB 200MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR400
CPU at FSB 333MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR200
CPU at FSB 400MHz mode, it will NOT support DDR200/DDR266

Depends on chipset http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=K7S8XE

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Best/Fastest CPU for DFI PE21-EL mobo


Your motherboard supports 2 different fsb's.
look these up @ cpu-world
you can use:
Intel Pentium 4 processor (478-pin)
- 533MHz system data bus - supports up to 2.8 GHz
- 400MHz system data bus - supports up to 2.4 GHz

Intel Celeron processor
- 400MHz system data bus - supports up to 2.0 GHz CPU speed
and here are the suppoted cpus:
Intel Celeron RK80531RC029128 BX80531P170G128 1.7 GHz 17 x 400 MHz, Willamette Any A RK80531RC033128 BX80531P180G128 1.8 GHz 18 x 400 MHz, Willamette Any A RK80531RC037128 BX80531P190G128 1.9 GHz 19 x 400 MHz, Willamette Any A RK80532RC041128 BX80532RC2000B 2.0 GHz 20 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532RC045128 BX80532RC2100B 2.1 GHz 21 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported Intel Pentium 4 RK80532PC021512 1.5 GHz 15 x 400 MHz, Northwood Any A RK80532PC025512 BX80532PC1600D 1.6 GHz 16 x 400 MHz, Northwood Any A RK80532PC029512 1.7 GHz 17 x 400 MHz, Northwood Any A RK80532PC033512 BX80532PC1800D 1.8 GHz 18 x 400 MHz, Northwood Any A RK80532PC037512 1.9 GHz 19 x 400 MHz, Northwood Any A RK80532PC041512 BX80532PC2000D 2.0 GHz 20 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported 2.1 GHz 21 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PC049512 BX80532PC2200D 2.2 GHz 22 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PE051512 BX80532PE2266D 2.26 GHz 19 x 533 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PE056512 BX80532PE2400D 2.4 GHz 18 x 533 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PC056512 BX80532PC2400D 2.4 GHz 24 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PC060512 BX80532PC2500D 2.5 GHz 25 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PE061512 BX80532PE2533D 2.53 GHz 19 x 533 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PC064512 BX80532PC2600D 2.6 GHz 26 x 400 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PE067512 BX80532PE2667D 2.66 GHz 20 x 533 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported RK80532PE072512 BX80532PE2800D 2.8 GHz 21 x 533 MHz, Northwood A 1.525V not supported

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4 x1gb sticks of kingston hyper x 400 mhzi but only getting 200


Hi There,

As the memory is ddr2 ram 200mhz is correct in cpuid, 200mhz x2 (ddr2) = 400mhz, The only thing I can guess at why it is not showing all the ram is do you have a graphics card that can use system memory to boost its own? This can be disabled in the bios

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no pins will not fit in the system , because ur mother board of sysytem will not support it

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Will not POST with 2g of kingston hyperX ram inside


If you are going to call. The question I would ask (Very important), will the board run with CL2 = 2.5v & or CL3 = 2.6 to 2.65volt memory.
This site is Kingston memory setter. Type in the board & it show's the type of memory the board can use. (Click on this link). As you look at the link this is for you're P4M80-M4 board.
http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=33018&mfr=Biostar&model=P4M80&root=&LinkBack=&Sys=33018-Biostar-P4M80-M4+Motherboard&distributor=0&submit1=Search
This should help. I did not see a bios upgrade for this board that had anything to do with memory. The USA Biostar link is lacking opposed to the global link. The global manual give far more information (In depth), for bios instructions.
Global link: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en-us/mb/driver.php?S_ID=246

I'm sure the Kingston link will more than help you the_OCer.
Good luck!

Mike

May 21, 2008 | Biostar P4M80-M4 Motherboard

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My First RAM Upgrade-Any Tips


Make sure you remove the battery before removing or inserting the ram :)

No worries about it not being dual channel as most laptop arent.

DDr (double data rate) ram runs at 200MHz but is actually 400 one the double data rate is applied so they are one and the same :)

I hope its a sodimm stick of ram that you bought? They are about 3i inches long rather than 6 like desktop ram?

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Check your manual and find the QVL list. Memory tested to work in your board is listed there. I found a link that shows your board. Click the Download on the left & check your manual.
http://www.qdigrp.com/qdisite/eng/news/20030521.htm
You Max speed is 400Mhz memory as you will see at the link.

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Dec 26, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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My First RAM Upgrade-Any Tips


Ah you have found out one of the great things about confusing naming standards. Often times, 200Mhz memory is called 400Mhz if it is DDR because DDR stands for "Double Data Rate".

It still operates at 200Mhz speed, but since it doubles the data it is sometimes refered to (wrongly) as 400Mhz.

On the upside, all DDR-I ram is backwards compatible. So there should be no problems. However sometimes different memory sticks dont play well together.

What I would do is this:

1) Shutdown computer, UNPLUG computer - wait 5 minutes
2) Open computer
3) Remove old Ram stick and replace with the new stick
4) Replace cover, plug in and boot to windows.

If everything works fine, then do step 1-2 again, but this time add the old stick you removed before, and place it in the unused slot.

Again check that the computer functions properly. If it does not, remove the old stick.

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Change 400mhz to 266mhz


Hi, Normally yes. It is the motherboard that will limit the memory speed. Shifting down from 400 to 266 should not be a problem. However, I have run across instances where the memory is cut in half (dunno why), but very rare. Good luck and kind regards.

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