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A fix for Corsair memory with Intel's new chipsets

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By: Cameron Wilmot | CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Jun 16, 2003 10:52 pm

Having problems with Corsair XMS3200 memory with new Intel chipsets? If so, you will be pleased to discover that The Tech Report has a fix direct from the lads at Corsair posted on their front page.




The problem is the chipset won't handle a tRCD (RAS to CAS Delay) of 2. We've done a revision of the SPD to make the LL's work on the 875 and 865 chipsets, the settings are now 2-3-2-6 by default.


We will, of course, warranty any modules with the older SPD but it should be noted that the end user can simply manually adjust the BIOS to the settings noted above.

More information @ The Tech Report


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