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Yes.
If it's a solder issue, the solder bond that's making bad contact is destroying itself via electroerosion, and there's going to be one day when it won't boot at all because the gap will be simply too big to be filled via thermal expansion.

QFT i had this happen to me with a stick of DDR

i would start up the computer, let it idle for a few mins (it wouldnt POST) then would restart and then it would fir up. after a while, it would never POST no matter how long i left it. took the bad stick out and it was fine.
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Mine posts fine, I just leave it at the OS select menu with 2 other dead end options to warm up.
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I have this exact same problem but it's not the RAM, it's the motherboard. After I've switched my PC off I have to turn it off after getting past POST or else the PC will go into a blue screen loop. I have tested all of my sticks individually and they are fine, and the board works fine with two sticks but when I put in four it starts experiencing problems.
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Yeah the best thing you can do is RMA it. The heat gun/Oven trick might work, but usually the healing effects of that are temporary.
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