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Placa mãe intel dh61br g32662-203

zPePsIz
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Alguém me ajuda queria atualizar a Bios mas n consigo de jeito nenhum 

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n_scott_pearson
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I can't disagree. If the board can't support 1600MHz (and some H61 boards won't), it would be better to purchase only 1333MHz DIMMs.

Now, I believe that you will see better performance if you use 4GB+4GB matched DIMMs than using 2GB+8GB DIMMs. Using 4GB+4GB matched DIMMs makes it possible for the processor to interleave memory transfers, increasing memory throughput. This more than offsets the benefit of having 2GB of extra memory.

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n_scott_pearson
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There was no board named DH61BR. There was a board named DH61CRBR (the Brazil version of DH61CR). Is that what you have? If you go into BIOS Setup, what is the identifier for the BIOS? It should start with BEH6110H.86A.

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zPePsIz
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 bom dia, obrigado pela atenção, eu queria atualizar a bios pq comprei uma memoria de 1600 mhz, só que eu instalo normal mas n reconhece na bios, porem nesse app reconhece.

n_scott_pearson
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Ok, you have BIOS 18 installed and you have a 2nd gen processor.

The update process from there is very complicated and depends upon what you would like to accomplish. Do you have any specific thing you want to accomplish? Do you, for example, want to upgrade to a 3rd gen processor?

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zPePsIz
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 Então, meu problema é que eu comprei uma memoria RAM de 1600mhz, ela está funcionando tudo certo, porem quando eu coloco só ela o computador não liga, mas quando coloco ela e outra o computador liga normal mas n reconhece a de 1600mhz, porem esse aplicativo CPU-Z reconhece ela 

n_scott_pearson
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Your system has two memory slots. For best performance, the DIMMs that you install need to be as close to identical as possible - same size, same speed, etc. While it is possible to use two DIMMs that differ in size or speed, remember that the two DIMMs will run at the slower of these two speeds and operation will be slower because of the size differences as transfer operations cannot be interleaved. This is why you see memory manufacturers selling DIMMs in pairs (i.e., two per package). It is much better to purchase a two-pack as the DIMMs have been tested together and matched to ensure this. If you need 8GB, better to get a package with two 4GB DIMMs than a single 8GB DIMM.

In your case, you have one 8GB DDR3-1600 DIMM and one 2GB DDR3-1333. The system will run much better if you remove the 2GB DIMM. You will have more memory and it will be running significantly faster (8GB at 1600MHz instead of 4GB at 1333MHz). Eventually, when you are able, you could then purchase a second 8GB DDR3-1600 DIMM (hopefully a DIMM from the same manufacturer and with the same specs) and gain the double-benefit of having faster, interleaved transfers and twice as much memory overall. Note, however, that I am not recommending that you do this.

Ok, let's talk about BIOS. It sounds like you plan to stick with the Sandy Bridge (2nd gen Core) processor and do not plan to add support for 3rd gen Core processors. That's good, it simplifies the update process. But, this update process is fairly complicated regardless. You will have to install a total of seven BIOS updates and some of these updates will have to be installed using the more-complicated BIOS Recovery process. Are you prepared to do this?

My personal opinion: If removing the 2GB DIMM solves your short-term problem, I would leave the system as it is. It is so old that it would be better, when you are able, to purchase a new and much more-modern system (i.e. new Processor, new Motherboard, new Memory).

Let me know if you want to take on the BIOS upgrade. I can provide the files and detail the process, but I warn you that this process is fraught with potential problems and may brick the system permanently if something goes wrong.

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zPePsIz
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Mais uma vez obrigado pela atenção, se eu colocasse a memoria de 8 GB a 1600 MHz e funcionasse normal beleza, mas quando tento ligar o computador só com ela não da vídeo.

Então é melhor deixar pra lá essa atualização da BIOS, não tenho muito tempo e não sou tão bom nesses processos de atualizações, agradeço muito pela ajuda, acho melhor eu comprar uma memoria de 8 GB a 1333 MHz e está tudo resolvido 

n_scott_pearson
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I can't disagree. If the board can't support 1600MHz (and some H61 boards won't), it would be better to purchase only 1333MHz DIMMs.

Now, I believe that you will see better performance if you use 4GB+4GB matched DIMMs than using 2GB+8GB DIMMs. Using 4GB+4GB matched DIMMs makes it possible for the processor to interleave memory transfers, increasing memory throughput. This more than offsets the benefit of having 2GB of extra memory.

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yurisantos
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ola tudo bem gostaria que você me ajudace tenho essa mesma placa mãe sei que ela e antiga e nem tem mais suporte mais ea que eu tenho comprei uma placa de video gtx750ti estou precupado se vai dar video pois minha bios esta desatualizada versão da bios: BEH6110H.86A.0042.2012.0327.2202 você poderia me ajudar a atualizar quero ja aprender e ter as bios preparadas se não de video pra atualizar? Agradeço desde ja obrigado

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