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Old July 7th 03, 04:13 AM
Paul Rovero
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It is not related to BSODs. Problems with Corsair RAM were related to the
memory timings programmed into SPD, they were too aggressive and caused
boards not to boot. It has been fixed with New BIOSes.

-Paul




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