MSI Eclipse SLI Slowly

hammadfz

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I Upgrade My PC From MSI P45-8D - 3000 Core 2 Do With 4 GB DDR2 To This

MSI Eclipse SLI (MS-7520)
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 940 @ 2.93GHz
10229 MB  (DDR3 SDRAM)
NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT  (1024 MB) With Last Driver 182.08

Clean Install Operating System Microsoft Windows Vista Business With SP1
But Its Very Slowly

And I Update Bios To 1.5B2
And I Install lastest Drivers


But My System Still Too Slowly
 

Blaise

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Have you got 5 x 2GB sticks of RAM in that Eclipse? If so, check page 2-6 of the manual - you should have all but the C_1 slot populated for the best performance.
 

hammadfz

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I Install 10 GB

2GB OCZ Gold XTC OCZ3G10662G  X 2
2GB OCZ OCZ3X16002G X2
1GB OCZ OCZ3X16001G X2
 

Jack the Newbie

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You are mixing different memory module models.  Please note that the memory modules should be identical (brand, model, capacity, revision, etc.) for best operation.

What happens if you remove some of your modules and test with a set of matched sticks?
 

Jack the Newbie

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Slowness is a very relative concept.  Can you try to be a little more specific about your problem?  What exactly is slow?  Windows Boot Time? Everything that involves Hard Drive Access (copying, accessing folders etc.)?  FPS Rates in Games?  Certain Applications? Benchmark scores (Memory read/write time, CPU, hard drive benchmarks)?

Also, what is your current BIOS Version?
 

hammadfz

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Every Thing Slow,claen vista installation take more then 50 min , windows start slow boot slow every thing slow


My Bios 1.5B2

 

Jack the Newbie

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Run a memory benchmark test (use Everest Ultimate (latest trial version)) and post the results here.

In addition to that, run a Hard Drive Benchmark (use HD Tach and HD Tune) and post the results you get with each application.
 
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