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I'm running MemTest86+ v4.20 on 8gb (4x2) Corsair CM2X2048-6400C5 and I'm only showing three sticks of RAM. Does this mean one is dead? I've searched the forums for awhile now and haven't seen anybody ask this question and/or have this problem. If anybody has had a similar experience, please let me know. Thanks!
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Have you tried each stick individually?
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post #3 of 6
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I haven't. Is this the best way to do it? Or would two at a time be better? MemTest just finished a cycle and all is well, except for the fact it only showed three sticks. But the details at the top show I have 8096mb. I rebooted and it still shows the same.
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Originally Posted by 4thKor View Post

I haven't. Is this the best way to do it? Or would two at a time be better? MemTest just finished a cycle and all is well, except for the fact it only showed three sticks. But the details at the top show I have 8096mb. I rebooted and it still shows the same.
Odd... try seeing what CPU-Z thinks.
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CPUID says 8gb, as does everything else. I may pull two sticks and see if I can clock any higher with just two. At the same, though, I'm stable at 2.93ghz running FAH at around 5500 PPD, so I may leave it alone. By the way, are killin' chickens or just choken' em?!smile.gif
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CPUID says 8gb, as does everything else. I may pull two sticks and see if I can clock any higher with just two. At the same, though, I'm stable at 2.93ghz running FAH at around 5500 PPD, so I may leave it alone. By the way, are killin' chickens or just choken' em?!smile.gif
Not mine, someone else's post smile.gif
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