The CPU is a 1.1GHz tbird 200MHz FSB and i am running it this way.
The motherboard can do 100 and 133 MHz but i run
the SDRAM at 100MHz from the beginning, since i have seen lot's
of boards with memory problems and i wanted to be on the good side.
Both, the old 128MB and the new 256MB SDRAM where sold as PC133.
It is a single DIMM in both cases.
When i started to sue the SDRAM for the trouble i checked the SPD and found
the 128MB-PC133 was actually a PC100 with a few steps towards PC66
So i tried a new one that, at least from the SPD, is a real PC133 and
I have tried to kill it
kernel 2.4.7-xfs from cvs at the moment
UDMA on ide0 and ide1
2 harddrives, 1 cdrom, 1 cd/rw
since then, but it works, works, works.
This weekend does not see me at home.
I will send the timings on sunday/monday.
What do you expect to get out of this ?
Eric W. Biederman wrote:
>jury gerold <email@example.com> writes:
>>I have the same motherboard, same chipset, same CPU and the same crash.
>>No memory test cpu burn UDMA on/off, replace or remove of components
>>did any good.
>>Then i replaced the 100mhz SDRAM with a 133mhz and it is 100 % stable since
>>No matter which compiler, kernel version, cputype.
>>It simply works now.
>Do you happen to have the SDRAM timings of the two sets of DIMMS?
>It would be interesting to see what changed besides the clock speed on
>the DIMMS. I'm assuming your PC133 DIMMs are running at at 133Mhz,
>and you aren't over clocking anything.
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