Originally Posted by d1nky
obviously you don't know too much about how the cpu interacts with ram and vice versa. read up on it before you start posting nonsense.
try a little experiment, set TRD to half its value and tell me when you stop applying more volts to ram for stability.
you should really stop accusing hardware defects before all processes have been eliminated.
AND FYI not all auto settings on every single platform are the correct settings, usually XMP (intel) gives wrong values for AMD but still works in 99.99% of cases
and no offence to chopper but his information given isn't the best.
Ask for more info then.
I am posting my problems because i would like some insight from you guys.
Thought i had followed up the advice good and posted results...
To sum it up:
Problem started with giving memtest errors.
Tried both sticks individually, showed that one stick worked properly. Well at least for a short test.
Then some guys advised me to up some voltages. I had been using the ram on 1.515v already because of the drop below 1.5v sometimes.
Running the test with both sticks and didn't solve a thing, in fact the system started to reboot with upped cpu-nb and cpu voltage.
Started testing the "working" stick again. Weirdly enough this one also started giving the reboots....
Even with stock settings(not XMP) 1333 cl9, cpu stock, all stock. The test gave me a reboot.
Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S
I meant the power deliver of the mobo.. if the ram voltage was dropping it would cause errors.. I meant this if only all ram sticks tested good by themselves
he was making a conjecture of why just adding volts doesn't solve the problem
I've been using upped ram voltage for some time now because of the drop.