|That link jam quoted crashes my IE 6.x in 98SE. |
I took another look.
No mention of more than 2gb running at less than 400mhz in the English manual, or when I look up ram for this model on the Asus or Crucial or Corsair web sites.
I found these Asus FAQs .
Q: Why does the memory run at 333MHz if I use four DDR400 512MB/256MB memory modules on A8N-SLI?
To be more compatible and stable with some memory modules, the default clock will be at 333MHz if four DDR400 memory modules are plugged on the A8N-SLI. But you still can set at 400MHz manually in the Bios to gain better performance
So - try setting the speed manually in the bios Setup instead of setting it to Auto.
"To be more compatible and stable with some memory modules..."
Are your specific module part numbers listed as compatible with A8N-SLI Deluxe (or A8N-SLI anything) ?
Q: Why can't A8N-SLI boot up if I plug one memory stick on DIMM_A1?
Due to hardware limitation, you must plug the memory on DIMM_B1 or DIMM_B2 if using just one memory stick.
(That's not mentioned in the manual.)