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Hello there guys ! I get a new motherboard and i have a little problem ...
My new motherboard is : Asrock p5e-de and i have 4 memory ram , 2 x 1GB (667) 2 x 1GB (800).
How i can cofigure my motherboard to run with my 4 memory cards in same time ? I tryed to set in bios the memory fregvency to 667 but didn't help ... with the 2 card at 800 is working fine ... but if i instal the 667 cards my PC won't start !

Is there a solution for that ?
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I tryed to update bios too ... but didn't make any difference
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Hi XP3 and :welcome:

Is there a solution for that ?

I cannot find that ASRock model number, are you sure that is it? You need to visit your motherboards website and check the RAM Support list to make sure your RAM (or RAM with the same specs) is listed. Then you need to check your manual to make you have the pairs in the correct slot. On many motherboards, pair one is installed in slots 1 and 3, and pair two is installed in slots 2 and 4.
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p5e-de is actually an Asus board, not an Asrock one. Appears to be part of the P5E Deluxe range, Socket 775.

You quite often find on main boards with four slots they can't run all four together at the same speed, so your best bet may be to set them all to either Auto, or the slowest speed going.
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