Discussion in 'Asus' started by Percival P. Cassidy, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. I just re-purposed an old machine with the Asus A8N-E for use as a DIY
    Network Attached Storage device. I upped the memory to 4GB of DDR400 ECC
    RAM (four identical modules), but now POST reports not only that it's
    running at 333 but also that it's now single-channel rather than

    AFAIK, the BIOS on that machine is the latest: 1013, IIRC.

    Is this the best that can be expected?

    Percival P. Cassidy, Sep 13, 2011
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  2. See the manual, paragraph 1.7. When conforming to the modules listed
    there, I see no indications the clock-speed or dual-channel mode should
    be disabled.

    However, for this to fully work, the modules should conform to the rules
    laid down there (type of module, single-sides/double-sides, type of DRAM
    chips used, etc).

    Perhaps try different combinations to see where the board switches to
    333MHz and/or single-channel mode. Also examine the modules in more
    detail to see if they are indeed 100% identical.


    Patrick Vervoorn, Sep 13, 2011
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