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  • HoLa!

    Aver tengo un problema que me viene de largo, desde que monte el pc, monte memoria kingston Kingston Hyper-X KHX3200ak2/512, dos modulos de 256 para doble canal 400mhz, el caso es q iba bien hasta q amplie, otros 512 exactamente = pues coño no hubo manera humana ni divina de que funcionase, nada de lo q tocase iba, hasta que baje lo puse en auto y se puso a 333 mhz, y desde entonces bien….

    Socorrito, podeis ayudarme? quiero ponerlo a 400 :_(

  • ¬¬.

    un no podemos ayudarte por lo menos T.T

  • Probaste a jugar con las latencias??? Igual el nuevo módulo que metiste no admite las latencias que tuvieras puestas.

  • Quizas si explicas mejor el problema, alguien se anime a ayudarte :sisi: .

    Entiendo que tenias dos módulos de 256 de DDR400.

    ¿A cuanto tenias las memorias…a 200... asíncronas?

    Compraste otro módulo de DDR400 de 512 Mb, y no conseguias que te fuera a 400.

    Hay algunos chipsets que solo soportan DDR400 en los dos primeros slots, y si metes otro módulo en el tercero tiene que funcionar a 333. Quizas ese es tu problema , y no tiene otra solucion que trabajar a 333 o cambiar de placa.

    Bueno me he fijado en tu firma , y lógicamente ese no es el problema. xD puedes probar lo que te dice vallekano. Meteles unas latencias relajadas manualmente a ver si entonces te aguanta los 400.

  • Si hay esta la cosa, en que ponga las latencias que ponga, no llega a arrancar el S.O. pero solo pasa con los 4 modulos puestos (256x4) solo si lo pongo a 333 (en auto) me arranca. Tengo correos con kingston en los que me dice que el chipset(875P)no soporta latencias tan agresivas 😕

    The Kingston HyperX module KHX3200AK2/512 is a PC3200 400MHz lower latency DDR module kit of 2 x 256MB for the overclocker/enthusiasts market that has been tested on our HP 83000 multi-million dollar memory tester to run at the following specifications:

    400Mhz, memory timings 2-3-2-6-1 at 2.6V.

    CL: 2
    CAS latency
    tRCD: 3
    tRP 2
    tRAS: 6

    You can find the datasheet for this part at

    JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council, has released 3 specifications for DDR400. The later two were released by Intel for their Canterwood and Springdale chipsets:

    JEDEC Spec name Kingston equivalent
    DDR400A: 2.5-3-3-8 KVR400x64C25/xxx

    DDR400B: 3.0-3-3-8 KVR400x64C3A/xxx

    DDR400C: 3.0-4-4-8 KVR400x64C3/xxx

    Voltage is 2.6V for all DDR400 technologies.

    Please note that we strongly recommend using only the memory modules we have listed on our web page as compatible with your system/motherboard as we can only offer limited support otherwise.

    Also please be aware that the Canterwood and Springdale chipsets only support DDR400 (speeds above 400MHz memory clock (or 200MHz memory core
    clock) are not officially supported by the chipset according to Intel
    specifications) when a CPU with a FSB of 800MHz is installed.

    The following are some troubleshooting hints that might help solve the issues with the memory:

    The performance and compatibility of a motherboard is dependent on its various components. Due to the variation of components used on generic motherboards, compatibility problems may occur especially should the specifications [i.e. the memory timings] exceed the requirements the board is designed and built for. Motherboards resemble the interface of a system on which all components communicate with each other. The time it takes an electric signal to get from a hardware component to it's controller and vice versa is essential and modification of the timings can affect the stability of the whole system as other controllers and devices also communicate with this controller. Therefore, when overclocking and thus applying timings that the board and different components are not designed for, the whole clock cycle of a system is affected and the timings have to be individually modified to find a stable setting.

    If you experience memory related stability problems it could be due to memory timings being too aggressive for your current configuration. For example we recommend to disable/change any top performance, turbo or similar presets for the memory to a standard value, as they are meant as a final optimization of system access timings and not for general usage.
    Should you require more information about the above-mentioned settings please consult the system/motherboard manufacturer. In case you have configured the memory timings to be set by the SPD this could cause a problem as the timings in the SPD are set to 2-3-2-6-1 for the KHX3200AK2/512, however the required voltage of 2.6V+, in some cases even above 2.75V, on specific motherboards has to be configured manually in order to approximate to the memory timings and speeds supported by the HyperX modules.

    Modifying the voltage in a system and running the components at timings that exceed the specifications i.e. of the motherboard is also known as overclocking. Please be aware that every system behaves differently when overclocked and it's depends on the overall hardware configuration and compatibility down to the component level of the motherboard which timings can be reached on the system.

    Kingston generally cannot recommend overclocking as it breaches standard motherboard component specification. This is why we generally suggest to use only the memory modules that we have listed on our website at for a specific motherboard, as they match the specifications the manufacturer has released for the motherboard.

    If you do not want to modify the voltage, we recommend you try less aggressive timings by setting them manually to slower values such as 400 MHz at 2.5-3-3-8 (as per JEDEC specifications listed as compatible for this
    board) and work towards a stable configuration.

    Please be aware that according to our information the Canterwood and Springdale boards require a RAS to CAS delay of at least 3 and a RAS to CAS of 2 will not work.

    In certain cases additional cooling of the motherboard might also be required to improve stability of the system. Try pointing a fan at the motherboard and see if that improves the stability at the desired timings.
    If yes we recommend installing North- and Southbridge fans and heat sinks.

    We also recommend upgrading the BIOS to the latest revision on the motherboard should you experience problems. Please contact the manufacturer of the motherboard for further help on memory compatibility and how to update your BIOS and configure it to run the memory at the desired speed with specific timings.

    If you are still convinced that the module is faulty please return the defective part to your point of purchase for replacement.

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    Also please be aware that the Canterwood and Springdale chipsets only support DDR400 (speeds above 400MHz memory clock (or 200MHz memory core
    clock) are not officially supported by the chipset according to Intel
    specifications) when a CPU with a FSB of 800MHz is installed.

    segun entiendo yo dice que con este chipset no soporta memorias a 400 con un micro de fsb a 800?? 😕

    no me lo puedo creer x(

    socorro echarme una manita, :S

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