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morbias View Public Profile Find all posts by morbias (#20) Finny Maha Guru Videocard: eVGA GTX260 core 216 soon Processor: i7 920 @ 4.16GHz w/1.46v Mainboard: Biostar Tpower To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. My Affiliate Code: 8WEQVXMCJL #7 radum New Member Total Posts : 20 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2007/09/02 13:52:58 Status: offline Ribbons : 0 Re:680i - C1 error 2010/01/31 19:13:36 (permalink) This is the place, you can discuss it here.

Would like to RMA The Memory Kit/ Fan. I am using Corsair XMS2 Dominator PC8888 RAM, 2GB. Reply With Quote 02-20-2007,06:53 AM #4 Gunslinger View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Enthusiast Join Date Jan 2007 Location Decatur, AL Posts 939 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Yes all If still same then RMA) 12.

You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. I was able to borrow some memory from a friend and my computer now boots no problem. If you have submitted the RMA on line and have not got a reply! Originally Posted by chuchnit Why do you always have to bring two sockets into everything?

I rest my case! I'm confused... Is this gonna happen to my new Corsair sticks? Glad to help out!

Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Rules & Guidelines Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online Reviews News Originally Posted by chuchnit Why do you always have to bring two sockets into everything? Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! Originally Posted by Movieman Because a one socket system is only 1/2 a system..

I built my son a P55 system for his birthday.....built on an EVGA P55 FTW platform, great board and very fast and stable. Timings were always auto. If you swap the memory around you will maybe find that each stick individually works fine but not together. Reply With Quote 04-05-2007,02:38 AM #20 Gunslinger View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Enthusiast Join Date Jan 2007 Location Decatur, AL Posts 939 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 I RMA'ed

You got two balls don't you? I've tried calling their customer service number, and posting on their support forums. If boot occurs then enter bios, make all changes needed 16. Reply With Quote 02-19-2007,03:52 PM #3 Planet View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme n00berclocker Join Date Mar 2006 Location San Jose, CA Posts 1,457 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 Have

I also see some corsair for a good price after MIR. http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=169747&mpage=1&key http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=...page=1𱱷 bigpipe View Public Profile Find all posts by bigpipe (#17) QuadCannons Maha Guru Videocard: GeForce 210 Processor: AMD Phenom II 820 Mainboard: M2N78-LA Memory: So the one stick of memory will boot the computer fine in any slot that I put it in - the other stick of memory will not boot up the computer http://www.usdebtclock.org/ Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Corsair Product Support Forums Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Xtreme Forum Guidelines, FAQs, & Comments Xtreme

Finny View Public Profile Find all posts by Finny (#6) Finny Maha Guru Videocard: eVGA GTX260 core 216 soon Processor: i7 920 @ 4.16GHz w/1.46v Mainboard: Biostar Tpower I'm thinking of trying some Corsair Dominator XMS2 PC6400 CAS 4 RAM (2.1V) at stock speeds before I abandon the EVGA board. My Crucial Ballistix are gone, both of them... Status: online Ribbons : 92 Re:680i - C1 error 2010/02/04 21:26:57 (permalink) Get a whole new set of Ram to test on that board.

I rest my case! If you can, boot with 1 stick and change RAM voltage to 2.0 or 2.1, and then restart/shutdown and plug in the other RAM. Test each stick one at a time in the first slot. Originally Posted by chuchnit Why do you always have to bring two sockets into everything?

Also I marked my sticks, when I get a C1 error, I have to boot off stick #1, then shutdown and install stick #2. What Corsair Module or Modules will work with my MB? bigpipe View Public Profile Find all posts by bigpipe (#11) Finny Maha Guru Videocard: eVGA GTX260 core 216 soon Processor: i7 920 @ 4.16GHz w/1.46v Mainboard: Biostar Tpower I've been contemplating building a new i5 rig, but was trying to hold off for the new offerings from Intel in 2011 to see if Sandybrige is worth waiting for or

You got two balls don't you? Also, what bios are you running on the EVGA? Make sure you have 2.4v set for Vdimm. Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data

Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > Motherboards > Intel MoBos > EVGA 680i SLI C1 Post Error Discussion in 'Intel MoBos' started by JookyOne, Steps to "--" and C1 error recovery http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.asp?m=...y=%F0%A9%9C%93 "Taking Your Posting to the Next Level" "Unofficial Posting Guidelines" "Forum FAQs, Guidelines, and Rules" "Signatures: Content, Size and readability" Reply With Quote Finny View Public Profile Find all posts by Finny (#21) Finny Maha Guru Videocard: eVGA GTX260 core 216 soon Processor: i7 920 @ 4.16GHz w/1.46v Mainboard: Biostar Tpower I've submitted an RMA to get the RAM replaced, but I am worried the motherboard might be the root cause of future RAM failures.Click to expand...

Cooling Vapor Phase Change Cooling Builder/Customer Relations Official Manufacturer Information & Support Lian Li Product Support DIMASTECH Product Support K|ngp|n Cooling Product Support Corsair Product Support Forums Corsair Website Thermaltake G.Skill Let me know if they work which I hope it does. You got two balls don't you? No problem!

Get rid of that 680i or get a different board and RMA the 680i when they finally fix the issue. Over-volting any component is a death sentence.