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Old 6th August, 2002, 02:33 PM
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Cosair cant get 2 sticks of CMX512-3200 to run stable above 2700 settings on 4G4A.

Well it seems that Cosair RamGuy has the same problem that I do and that is getting more than one stick of CMX512-3200 ram to run stable above DDR333 settings ( though it even crashes for me at DDR333 after playing games for several hours).

I have even tried the new beta bios 2709 with no luck .

E-mail Epox support on Friday but still no word back from them.

This is the ongoing post over at Cosairs tech site.

I845G does not officially support DDR333???
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