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I had my 1055T @ 3.8ghz with 4GB of GSKILL NQ RAM 9-9-9-24 on AUTO and Unganged.

I added 4GB of the same ram and I am now getting blue screens as soon as it reaches the windows logo. What could be causing this? I reset everything to default with no overclock and am able to boot up fine and do everything fine.

2.8GHZ is underwhelming would like to have at least 3.5ghz.

I will run memtest soon, could it be something else I am missing that is causing adding another of the same exact ram to BSOD?
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could be faulty mem stick, i run 4 2gb sticks and i have no problem. they're Gskill DDR3 1333 ram at 8-8-8-21.
     
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Mine are rated 1600? Should I remove the old working ram and just run memtest on the new ram or just run it for all 4 sticks... wonder how long its going to take
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post #4 of 14
If its the exact make and model, shouldn't really any trouble, try taking the originals out, and putting in the new ones alone, try windows, then try memtest, then try OC, then add "old" ram sticks.
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post #5 of 14
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Can only get up to 3.38ghz stable...
1.424 volts and ram on 9-9-9-9-24 @ 1666mhz if I go to 3.5ghz just constant bsods or failure of intelburntest and OCCT sigh.
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post #6 of 14
If it only works bad with a CPU overclock...it could be the CPU. adding more RAM puts more strain on the IMC.
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post #7 of 14
Try JUST the new set of ram. See if theyre fine on their own. Your'e stressing your IMC a bit more now, may need a bump of voltage.
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post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by Buffal0 View Post
I had my 1055T @ 3.8ghz with 4GB of GSKILL NQ RAM 9-9-9-24 on AUTO and Unganged.

I added 4GB of the same ram and I am now getting blue screens as soon as it reaches the windows logo. What could be causing this? I reset everything to default with no overclock and am able to boot up fine and do everything fine.

2.8GHZ is underwhelming would like to have at least 3.5ghz.

I will run memtest soon, could it be something else I am missing that is causing adding another of the same exact ram to BSOD?

It's like everyone else has said so far. A faulty ram stick. Same thing happened to me a couple months back on my amd build.

Just send it back to wherever you bought it from and recieve a new one.
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post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by TheBrokenToast View Post
It's like everyone else has said so far. A faulty ram stick. Same thing happened to me a couple months back on my amd build.

Just send it back to wherever you bought it from and recieve a new one.
So 3 passes of memtest not sufficient? hate rma or going back to umart
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post #10 of 14
You probably just need to increase your CPU-nb voltage.
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