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Problem with memory bus?

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I installed a dodgy PCI card in my PC a few weeks ago (The main chip had solder leaked all over it and therefor shorted out in a few spots) and it caused my PC not to even go through POST, after taking it out windows kept going into BSOD so I ran a memory scan (Mem scan 86) and it came back with errors, so I took out 1 pair of RAM and tested ok, then put the other pair back in the 2nd lot of slots and it tested ok too, but for some reason when all 4gb is in the slots it causes it to BSOD and give memory faults. It worked fine previously. I am using the Asus P5K and OCZ memory. Do you think the PCI card could of caused this damage? If not what could make it work again?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6600 P5K BFG OC2 8800GTS 320MB 4GB (4 x OCZ 1GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1.5TB (3 x 500GB) 1 x DVD/RW Windows Vista Home Premium 22' Samsung 226BW 
KeyboardPowerCase
Logitech G15 Coolermaster Real Power 550W Thermaltake Soprano DX 
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My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6600 P5K BFG OC2 8800GTS 320MB 4GB (4 x OCZ 1GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1.5TB (3 x 500GB) 1 x DVD/RW Windows Vista Home Premium 22' Samsung 226BW 
KeyboardPowerCase
Logitech G15 Coolermaster Real Power 550W Thermaltake Soprano DX 
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Putting too much strain on your memory controller maybe with the 4 sticks of RAM.
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