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Hi guys, I just built my personal computer, after a fresh windows 10 installation, I received a blue screen error, stating memory_management error. I checked online for solutions, and got me to test using memory diagnostic. I received hardware error. I tried re-seating the rams, swapping and single running them, but the results of the diagnostic still shows the same error. Should I rma the rams or are the rams fine?? Cause I can't seem to find a solution to this problem.. My rams are corsair vengeance 2400 16gb lpx ddr4 2x8gb

My new rig parts are-

Asus z170-a motherboard
i5 6600k
Corsair h100i
2x8gb corsair vengeance lpx 2400
Sapphire r9 390
Samsung Evo 850 500gb ssd
Corsair AX860i psu

Is there compatibility issues?
Thanks
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Vengeance are a good module and should be compatible with a lot of boards.

The i5 6600K IMC supports DDR4-1866/2133, DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V
Are these sticks running at 2400Mhz? if so maybe try running them at 1866 and see if they pass the tests.
You can probably run them at 2133Mhz with tighter timings if the IMC is the issue.

Was it MemTest86+ that you ran for your memory diagnostic?

otherwise,
You said you tried them individually, did both sticks show the same error? It seems unlikely that they would both be faulty, maybe the problem is with the motherboard.
Are you able to borrow some other RAM to test on that board to make sure you know where the problem is, and then RMA if you don't see the same issue with these borrowed sticks. They will probably charge you if you send it back to them and they are fine.
Edited by spinFX - 5/18/16 at 9:53pm
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I tried running both 2133 and 2400mhz,still shows hardware error. I'm using Windows memory diagnostic program. All showed hardware problems were detected. I'm really confused.. Is it the mobo bios fault? Ssd fault?
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Problem solved. Bad memory indeed.
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post #5 of 5
Ah nice one, what did you end up doing between your previous post and the solution?
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