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Old 27th May, 2005, 10:49 PM
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ram issues

when i turn the timings up my ram its generic ram it just crashes bf 1942 is that because its crappy
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Did you try giving it some extra volts?
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might just be bad luck then. Quality DDR is cheap these days, so its not out of the question, but the benefits would be minimal at best.
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what are the numbers on the individual ram IC's on you sticks?
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