I have a couple questions regarding memory with my motherboard.
RAM....................Brand: G.Skill Size: 2x8GB Part No.: F4-3200C15D-8GTZ
Is it normal for memory to show errors and instability after a hard reboot?
The only real and absolute fix is to reseat the ram (and maybe reset CMOS; i do it anyway).
Every time i reseat my ram i get more stability and no apparent errors in memtest86+
I advise everyone to not buy Gigabyte motherboards, lol. This is just been giving me so much stress and anxiety. This mobo hates modern RAM, and I don't get it. I know I'm derailing here.. but is it possible to RMA this board because of this underlying issue?
Windows corruption at boot? Stuck with boot loop cycle before bios splash screen? Computer freezing very frequently forcing you to hard reboot? My solution was to reseat the RAM. I literally had all those errors I just mentioned and more, all during one stupid mistake i made (that is another story). And reseating my RAM was the last thing I did after I tried everything else, lol.
Btw if anyone has an educated guess as to why reseating my RAM fixes the problems I face with hard reboot, please share your thoughts And do you guys experience this problem with other motherboards?
Edited by element72 - 4/16/17 at 5:34pm