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K9MM-V - Supreme Commamder

HI,

Just installed the k9MM-V with 2GB of memory and a GeForce 6600 AGP card. Updated bios and drivers this morning. Everything works fine except my son's Supreme Commander game which starts up OK but freezes the machine after a few seconds of play.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
John

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  • JohnDur Jan 27, 2008

    Yes, SP2 and got all of the updates.

  • JohnDur Jan 27, 2008

    Thanks for the quick response.

    nVidia GeForce 6600 AGP X8 256 MB.

    Memoey:

    Tested at latency settings (4-4-4-12) at 2.1V

    SPD programmed at:
    JEDEC standard 5-5-5-18 at 800MHz.

    Two questions:

    - Which of these setting should be used?
    - Found the voltage setting in the bios, where are the rest of the settings?

    Tnx,
    J

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Video Cards Also known as graphics cards, these components are responsible for displaying 2D and 3D images on your monitor. 2D graphics are the regular pictures and images that appear on your screen while 3D graphics are mostly used in games and imaging. Most computer systems come with video cards that produce acceptable 2D results but there are reasons to upgrade.

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Did you reinstall XP?

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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    Nicu Jenunchi Jan 27, 2008



    http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spe...

    Main Memory














    Supports dual channel DDR2 533/667/800, using two 240-pin DDR2 DIMMs.






    Supports the memory size up to 2GB






    Supports 1.8v DDR2 SDRAM DIMM




    Due
    to the High Performance Memory design, motherboards or system
    configurations may or may not operate smoothly at the JEDEC (Joint
    Electron Device Engineering Council) standard settings (BIOS Default on
    the motherboard) such as DDR2 voltage, memory speeds and memory timing.
    Please confirm and adjust your memory setting in the BIOS accordingly
    for better system stability.

    Example: Kingston HyperX DDR2-800 PC-6400 operates at 2.0V, 4-4-4-12.

    For more information about specification of high performance memory
    modules, please check with your Memory Manufactures for more details.

  • Nicu Jenunchi
    Nicu Jenunchi Jan 27, 2008

    What memory module do you use?
    Can you change RAM settings (like DRAM clock) in the bios?
    You should just try.

    Another possibility is to try:
    reduce at all video settings in game (to the lowest possible level),
    than increase one-by-one and check the game

  • Nicu Jenunchi
    Nicu Jenunchi Jan 27, 2008

    Tell me please exactly the model of your nvidia video card?

  • Nicu Jenunchi
    Nicu Jenunchi Jan 27, 2008

    Read here

    http://www.adriansrojakpot.com/Speed_Dem...


    and try. Do not affraid, the dangerous settings will not be possble to make.

    And, what can i say about your mainboard - i personally don't like this chipset (subjectiv) and i hate mainboards with onboard video.

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