Originally Posted by Blameless
4 dimms can be very trying on a 650i board, so I think it's more likely to be a matter of tweaking some settings than anything actually being defective.
If something is actually flawed with the components themselves, then yes, a complaint and a replacement would be in order. However, other possibilities should be ruled out first.
I was basically just saying that that CyberPower should have tested the PC before they sent it to him. If a setting is off, then that is their fault becuase they are supposed to test the PCs. I have 4 dimms on my board and they are not even all matching and it works great. (I do not have the PQI chips though, so that could be different).
Although, I know you would want to try to fix it yourself instead of having to send it back and be without a PC for a while.
The testing is kinda getting strange results. One test makes it look like the MB is bad and the next, it seems the dimm is bad. I would probably set all the overclocking to stock speeds to troubleshoot though, then you will know it is not causing an issue with any tests.