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    dx48bt2 memory problem

    felix332

      hello all j have a problme with my 1333 mhz q9650 DX48BT2 kingston systeme crash l had time to time j've solved the problem intead of1333mhz j've put in 1066 and here is problem is solved bizard

        • 1. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
          mechbob

          I have two of these so I know where I'm coming from . If the ram you have says DDR3-1333-10666 , take it back and get DDR3-1333-10600.   also raise the ram volts to 1.6 volts.

          • 2. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
            mechbob

            What BIOS do you have should be 2006 . it is still available at the download center you just have to check discuntinued boards , also the BIOS for the DX38BT is the same BIOS 2006 , Both very stable , If you choice to use the ( EXE ) make sure you turn off all of your security software , it's best to download it to the desktop and run it form there , being as you will have the security software turned off.

            • 3. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
              felix332

              hello I am in the bios dejas 2006 j have updated his ram went to j have made 1333 a 1.62 volts for the moment its stable Alair j hopes his continued and will thank you for the tutorial

              • 4. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                mechbob

                These are great boards, The best 775 socket board that Intel ever built , the last Rev. was 207 I have a brand new one in the box ,(saving as a spare ) My first sys I built was a DP45SG , good board but FSB was limited to 1333Mhz and I wanted to be able to run 1600 Mhz , So I found the DX48BT2 , Built the sys , with 8 GB Ram , QX9650 Quad core Extreme ,Two Graphics cards crossfired . Put windows 7 64Bit , Rock solid and stable , Moved the FSB to 353Mhs so the Ram would runs at 1400Mhz , CPU overclocked to 3.8. , Than I build second machine using a Xeon CPU which Intel said could not be done ,Man were they wrong , This thing is faster than the QX9650 machine , Basiclly the same set up except for a better power supply and better graphics cards , But the X3380 Xeon made the difference . But machines get 7.4, 7.4 7.4,7.4 7.7 in the WEI score . So Keep your sys take good care of it , someday it will be a classic. If you do decide to upgrade the graphics , use HD5770 or better and a 850 watt PSU.  By the way How much RAM do you have installed right now ??? P/S I am using Intel SSD in Both. SSD makes a big difference.

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                • 5. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                  felix332

                  here is my config motherboard DX48BT2 processeur  cg gtx470 Q9650 ocz ssd 3.5,6 gb de ram ddr3 kingstone 1333 mhz Antec 750 w power supply but l have the ram remetre a 1066 j had still crash in 1333 volts a 1.62 thank you good day

                  • 6. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                    mechbob

                    Check the RAM it must be DDR3-1333-10666 and , Not DDR3-1333-10600 that has to be the problem .   Unless one of your RAM stick's is Bad.

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                    • 7. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                      felix332

                      re bonjour j ai of ddr ram 10600 1333 mhz but l've tested with barette barette which there is a continuous beep 3 times l took it off but l intend to change all but barette barette me what you consultants even if the corsair it thank you very much have a nice day

                      • 8. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                        mechbob

                        The Right Ram and the only stable Ram that works on this board is ,, Crucial  2 KIT2566BA1339 ,  This a kit two 4GB sticks , I run total of 8GB , Stable 1.6 Volts . This is the best way to go , a lot of Mfg. will tell you the 10666 and 10600 is the same it is NOT . You see The Intel BIOS is looking for 10600 and when you first start the machine and the BIOS  see's  10666 It does not like that , Yea I know it should be able to handle 66Mhz. But it does Not if you get it to POST and BOOT , You are one out of a 1000. Stick with the Crucial . Especially if you want to run 8GB.

                        • 9. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                          felix332

                          hello l tried re j 4 gb ddr3 1333 mhz kingston and A1.6 same bug when l re-volt 1066 mhz out of curiosity l tried to get the frequency of my processor and ram a 3.44 gz rose itself a 1235 mhz and it was stable l wonder if should not take the a 1333 to get 1600 but how many go to 1600 or di l have as you say in the crucial 1333 mhz A1.6 volts to answer thank you good day

                          • 10. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                            mechbob

                            Forget about getting this board to run at 1600Mhz. Besides you can only run 2GB at 1600Mhz , I would rather have 8GB at 1333 , rather than 2GB at 1600. In the BIOS , you have the option to raise the FSB , Default is 333 , I have had mine as high as 350Mhz , This is a trail and error process , first raise to 340 and see were the ram is , than if needed raise 345 . do this until you get 1333 , I have had my ram as high as 1400 Mhz , That is the limit for this ram .  Be careful don't make smoke.

                            • 11. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                              felix332

                              ok for the crucial l tried that before long l thank you very much fingers crossed good evening ps the worst day would go 8 1066

                              • 12. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                                mechbob

                                May I ask what Power supply are you using ??

                                • 13. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                                  felix332

                                  yes of course my diet is an antec 750 w

                                  • 14. Re: dx48bt2 memory problem
                                    mechbob

                                    Thats fine as long as you are only using one graphics card. if you want to go with a crossfire two cards get a 850 watt gold cert.

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