sorry, for the bump, but I would Really like this answered. I've spent 2 months teching this problem out. Just need a simple answer.
I have the same memory installed in a DP55WB motherboard since Dec. 2009. I'm not setting the voltage to 1.65v but at 1.60v only. Everything seems running fine. I don't play games and I use the latest bios.
My bios is also up to date.
I just want to know how to change the memory from T1 to T2 on this motherboard.
In the bios, select "performance", then "memory overrides", and last "command rates". I'm referring to my motherboard. But you can use this as a reference for yours.
My bios doesn't have a command rates function. The only override is for clock speed (CPU) which is on the same screen
I only have:
(8) 7-7-7-20 1.5 volts respectively.
I guess its automatically selected. The only adjustment that you can make now is the voltage. Set it to 1.60 v and see if the system is more stable.
Edit: The memory frequency is 1333Mhz. With a host frequency of 133 Mhz the multiplier should be x10.
1.6 made the game crash [u]every[/u] time.
Then you have no choice except to replace the ram with ones recommended by Intel.
yeah, that's been my thought too for a week or so, but I just wanted to try a bit more.
Thanks for the help!
Sorry for the bump.
Just an update. It turns out that the memory and the replacement set they sent was bad. I bought 8 gig of Mushkin DDR3 1333's and haven't had a problem. The Mushkin are default 1.5v. Looking into the T1/T2 thing a little further, it is an auto detect setting.
But, this board is getting a bit long in the tooth these days and a dual vid card is looking good about now, so this one might go to the closet with all the other spare parts.