Memory problem- Crucial too!

  J R Best 09:34 12 Feb 2006

I have an ASRock P4i45PE,which is an old 845PE motherboard that allows an 800mhz FSB and PC3200 ram. The manual states that it CANNOT run CL3 PC3200 ram. Anyway, I went to the Crucial website, used their memory tool, and it showed me to a load of PC3200 ram which is CL3. I'm confused, I thought crucial were good at these sort ofthings, would they have tested it? I would contact them, but i can't find anywhere which says i can... Thanks

  VoG II 09:37 12 Feb 2006

Send them an e-mail click here

I've found them to be very helpful in the past.

  MIke 09:50 12 Feb 2006

Quite agree Crucial are a reputable company. I had a problem a few months back with memory I bought from them , not being fully recognised by Windows, though their site said I could use it, I RMA'd the memory I didn't need and got a full refund and also the return postage was refunded. I wouldn't hesitate to use Crucial again. But as Vog says e-mail them first. They also used to have an instant messaging service where you could chat to a representative, I'm not sure if that was only on the US site though, but worth a look.


  J R Best 12:55 12 Feb 2006

okay, thanks. Waiting for a reply now, hope its not too long!

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