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Enjoy. I'd let it run ALL night. It'll let you know when it's done.

Problem. I did the first test with the 8 GBs that i have been running for about 3 months, and within 30 seconds i was getting massive errors. from the 8 GBs i had, it was showing that the first ~6000 MB was doing ok, but from ~6000 to ~8000 (something around 7222) it was getting MASSIVE errors. something like 1883 errors in under 2 minutes. not sure what this means, but it should be noted that my BIOS has frozen twice so far. going to test the individual sticks now. (im going to let the test run for ~ 45 minutes each, as i need to get to bed before school tomorrow smile.gif
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Problem. I did the first test with the 8 GBs that i have been running for about 3 months, and within 30 seconds i was getting massive errors. from the 8 GBs i had, it was showing that the first ~6000 MB was doing ok, but from ~6000 to ~8000 (something around 7222) it was getting MASSIVE errors. something like 1883 errors in under 2 minutes. not sure what this means, but it should be noted that my BIOS has frozen twice so far. going to test the individual sticks now. (im going to let the test run for ~ 45 minutes each, as i need to get to bed before school tomorrow smile.gif

To properly test the sticks you should run them one at a time.

If you have 4GB sticks (4x4=16GB), run each individual stick by itself with Memtest86+. Do not run Memtest86+ with more than just a single stick in for starters. In doing this you can identify which stick is the debbie downer. thumb.gif
    
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To properly test the sticks you should run them one at a time.
If you have 4GB sticks (4x4=16GB), run each individual stick by itself with Memtest86+. Do not run Memtest86+ with more than just a single stick in for starters. In doing this you can identify which stick is the debbie downer. thumb.gif

Yup, i realized that after the first test. The first stick completed with a plethora of errors. Second stick is currently being tested with no errors so far, going to continue testing the sticks, but i think i may have found the weakest link.
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Yup, i realized that after the first test. The first stick completed with a plethora of errors. Second stick is currently being tested with no errors so far, going to continue testing the sticks, but i think i may have found the weakest link.

Forgot to mention that. doh.gif

Time to start the RMA.
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Oddly enough, I am currently dealing with a similar situation. I have been running at stock on every setting because I'm still held back by my graphics card the most. My sig rig is up to date if you want system info.

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I seem to have it occur in waves. It will occur several times in a short period of time, then it goes away for a while just when I'm trying to troubleshoot. The only thing I have confirmed so far is that sleep mode has a greater than 50% chance of causing a blue screen.

I don't mean to hijack this thread. It's just odd that I'm having a similar problem and that as far as I can tell, the problems seem to lead back to memory...possibly... The only other indication I ever got seemed to imply i/o on the motherboard (i.e. one of the 'bridges) but i could never get anything beyond a vague implication that it could be motherboard related.

The blue screens go much further back but those are the two recent waves. My computer has then seemed fine since that last one on the 31st. I just need to go ahead and do the memtest and check the psu voltages. I have a Fluke DMM so I can check the psu. Anything in particular I should be looking for or just get a one time confirmation that voltages are good? And now that I have more proof that the next step is to check ram, I will deal with that tomorrow.
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Yup, i realized that after the first test. The first stick completed with a plethora of errors. Second stick is currently being tested with no errors so far, going to continue testing the sticks, but i think i may have found the weakest link.

There's your culprit smile.gif
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post #17 of 31
The easiest step is to try out Memtest. If it fails on just one stick in multiple slots, then you know it's the stick. If it fails in multiple slots, then you might have bad regulation.

Personally, I would just run Memtest since that's the easiest thing to do.

Phaedrus is who you need to ask about voltage specs and such.
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post #18 of 31
Sounds like you're close to having it sorted. Good that is memory and not the board or GPU etc. Memory is cheap as chips (no pun intended wink.gif ) at the moment. Good luck mate, these sorts of problems are never fun mad.gif
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Oddly enough, I am currently dealing with a similar situation. I have been running at stock on every setting because I'm still held back by my graphics card the most. My sig rig is up to date if you want system info.
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I seem to have it occur in waves. It will occur several times in a short period of time, then it goes away for a while just when I'm trying to troubleshoot. The only thing I have confirmed so far is that sleep mode has a greater than 50% chance of causing a blue screen.
I don't mean to hijack this thread. It's just odd that I'm having a similar problem and that as far as I can tell, the problems seem to lead back to memory...possibly... The only other indication I ever got seemed to imply i/o on the motherboard (i.e. one of the 'bridges) but i could never get anything beyond a vague implication that it could be motherboard related.
The blue screens go much further back but those are the two recent waves. My computer has then seemed fine since that last one on the 31st. I just need to go ahead and do the memtest and check the psu voltages. I have a Fluke DMM so I can check the psu. Anything in particular I should be looking for or just get a one time confirmation that voltages are good? And now that I have more proof that the next step is to check ram, I will deal with that tomorrow.

Interesting. As i continue testing, it looks like my first stick may have been the cause of the issues. It is still far too early to tell, but as of right now that's what it looks like. What bothers me is that i have been running on this ram for months without trouble, and a week after i upgrade with two more sticks one of my first two give out.
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Interesting. As i continue testing, it looks like my first stick may have been the cause of the issues. It is still far too early to tell, but as of right now that's what it looks like. What bothers me is that i have been running on this ram for months without trouble, and a week after i upgrade with two more sticks one of my first two give out.

Try this - clean the gold fins on the bad stick with some Isopropyl Alcohol. It worked for me once, since i had a similar problem.
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