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Can i possible run prime 95 without Ram being tested? I thought the 2 were seperate anyways.

No, that's not a possibility.

Both RAMs and the CPU is being tested in Prime.
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post #72 of 93
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Could I run with 2 GB of ram being tested out of my 8 GB i have?
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Could I run with 2 GB of ram being tested out of my 8 GB i have?

Which test are you running in Prime?

If you don't wan't to test too much RAM you have to run the Small-FFT test.
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The easy one, 1344.
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Which version of Prime?

Open Prime, Press the Help tab, and press about, you'll be able to see the version there.
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post #76 of 93
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I just downloaded it like, yesterday when i started fussing again tongue.gif

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I just downloaded it like, yesterday when i started fussing again tongue.gif
26.3

Hmm, I still think the best thing to do would be a memtest86.

We'll not be able to make your OC stable if you have a faulty RAM stick.
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post #78 of 93
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Damn it. Well I ran a tets anyways and I got a 101 error so I lowered my Vcore since 0.50 is alot...and raised my PLL. I'm trying to balance the two out, this is all so much 0.o I'm confused as this is taking longer than I would expect.
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Damn it. Well I ran a tets anyways and I got a 101 error so I lowered my Vcore since 0.50 is alot...and raised my PLL. I'm trying to balance the two out, this is all so much 0.o I'm confused as this is taking longer than I would expect.

I'm pretty sure that you either have a volt hungry ship or a bad stick of RAM.

x101 is in most cases caused by too low vCore
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post #80 of 93
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Alright I shall go to 0.055 but if I get too hot I'm out of here. I'll just go to 4.5 since I hear that's uber easy.
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