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Trying to trouble shoot is it my ram?

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Alrignt so I have a chfv and a 1100t (see sig) I have gskillusa sniper 1866 4gbx2 kit. Now I have to set my timings to 11.11.11.28 just to be stable. I have moved ram around but I keep getting random resets with no errors. Or games while bsod while loading. When I put my PC to sleep it will not wake up, have to turn psu off and restart fans will spin but just stay black. I ran MAXMEM and got a total score of 6gb. What could I do?

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The first thing I would do is run a mem test, boot it from disk and see if it crashes, you could also try prime 95 to try and stress your ram as best you can and see if it crashes, if it does you may need to put it back to stock.
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The first thing I would do is run a mem test, boot it from disk and see if it crashes, you could also try prime 95 to try and stress your ram as best you can and see if it crashes, if it does you may need to put it back to stock.

How long should a MEM test be ran for?
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You should have to run it for the maximum time it can, the one that comes with windows will take maybe 15 minutes. Prime 95 run it for half an hour on a ram stress test to see if it crashes and then go from there.
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ran prime for 1 hour with no errors. just got a bsod before i ran it with this stop error ntoskrnl.exe

APC_INDEX_MISMATCH


STOP: 0x00000001 (0x00000000774b082a, 0x0000000000000000, 0x00000000ffffffff,
0xfffff8800cf1eca0)


all my BSOD are from the Ntoskrnl.exe
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If i pop one stick out my issues start to disappear. the ram sticks preform about 30% faster. but once they are together its just slow and caused BSODs. but Mem test is not showing any errors mad.gif
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Increase the CPU-NB voltage for 4 DIMM running.

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Increase the CPU-NB voltage for 4 DIMM running.

I have adjusted the CPU nb voltage with no affect. .
Edited by beefcrinkle - 11/23/11 at 4:43pm
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FIXED! i took out all ram and re seated it. Guess i just had one that was not making a good contact. Just pressing them in was not doing it. Should of done that in the first place. got to learn one way or another.
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