Hi everybody, i'd like to know if someone has tried to explode the max out of this mobo. i have tried up to 4gb ram and 500gb ide hdd ... has anyone tried more on ram and/or hard drive (sata or ide)? it will be sincerly appreciated, thanks!
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According to the manufacturer it will support P4/celeron 3.6Gz+ procesors. And memory should be Dual channel memory architecture
4 x 184-pin DIMM sockets support max. 4GB DDR 400/333 non-ECC memory. Hope this gets you up and running.
This sounds to me that there is an interupt problem with your computer system. Take a look at the manaul that came with your computer at the time of purchase, it will have information on installing extra memory and setting up interrupts etc.
DDR3 modules can transfer data at the effective clock rate of 800–1600 MHz using both rising and falling edges of a 400–800 MHz I/O clock. In comparison, DDR2's current range of effective data transfer rate is 400–800 MHz using a 200–400 MHz I/O clock, and DDR's range is 200–400 MHz based on a 100–200 MHz I/O clock.
decide urself, depends onur system support and ofcourse ur buying capacity.
I had the same problem and ASUS tech support was of no help. I did however find the culpret in the BIOS setup. Go to Advanced, Chipset, NorthBridge Chipset, and Memory Configuration. Set the Bank Interleaving to Disabled and save the settings. Check these settings also while you are there:
Channel Interleaving = Auto
Enable clock to all DIMMS = Disabled
Memory Tristate = Disabled
Memory Hole = Enabled
Unganged Mode = Enabled
Power Down Enable = Enabled
Power Down Mode = Channel
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