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problem with ADATA 2000mhz memory

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Kentaro, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. Kentaro New Member

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    :mad: Lately I just bought ADATA 2000MHz CL9 2GBx2 kit. It is not stable at all with my rig. I have GIGABYTE GA-P55A-UD4P and i7 860.
    Vdimm: have tried 1.6V~1.7V
    VTT: 1.35V
    CPU: 1.2V

    Has anyone tried the kit and any suggestion??
     
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    By "unstable". Do you mean the system crashes? Have you ran memtest on them to verify they are any good? Ive personally had bad experiences with Adata memory and boards not playing nice together.
     
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    :)Thanks for the quick reply. it does crush randomly. Throwed it memtest and several errors coming up. It is OK at around 1900Mhz though. I just think 2000MHz is not really hard for i7 860 and the Gbt board, so it shouldnt need too many sebseeting adjustments.

    What ADATA kit did you try?? I dont believe their high-end kit now actually. I'm thinking return the kit and get refund to buy new ram from other brands.
     

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