Question about EPoX EP-MF570 SLI Motherboard
MF750-- Have installed 4 512 PNY Gamer memory chips @800. When booting up the machine, the ram shows up as 677. I have already tried flashing the bios to the latest version, but to no avail. Forcing the ram into 800 via the bios config does nothing either, except cause the amount and speed of the ram to show up in bold white on boot up.
Thanks for any help
I have the same MoBo that you speak of. Have you overclocked any portion of the settings under the advanced tab where you found the memory speed? Overclocking affects all aspects of the system. You may want to download CPUZ and check the settings from there. Also, you should download NVIDIA's Performance Control Panel so that you can control the speeds of your system more easily. Good luck,
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Try to update the BIOS ! ... it may correct the problem ...
when using only one module at a time, doest it work on the correct speed 800Mhz ?!
the system will be working on the BIOS declared parameters, at 677 !
Also read all the indications in the motherboard user manual, regarding memory (supported brands, speed, slot allocation .... )
thought i hope the BIOS update will do the trick ...tell me if it worked ...
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
Setup new bios and remove your old battrey ..........
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
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