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post #11 of 17
ry running memtest on your ram. you can grab it from our download section.
post #12 of 17
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Sounds like your ram is the culprit to me. It fails in memtest so.....
The one interesting thing actually sounds correct when you stress the ram also you get an almost imediate failure. Im gonna assume from your rep That the machine has been stable more then 15 min runs or orthos and prime at some point ?
Oh yeah, I ran Orthos about 6 months back when I first overclocked it, and I accidentally fell asleep so it ran for about 18 hours stable. I never did priority 9 though, but I don't think that matters.

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ry running memtest on your ram. you can grab it from our download section.
I have the Memtest that you can run within Windows, is that good enough?
post #13 of 17
i had all the same issues with memory, and i figured it out, i TURN UP the VOLTAGE and havent had one since. Me turning my ram down to 1066 to 800 worked also but i wasnt happy with that, i turned up my Volts and that worked no i turn3ed them up more and run at 1100MHZ ram only overclocking 44mhz running 2.23 volts
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I have the Memtest that you can run within Windows, is that good enough?
i myself alway prefer the dos version.(boot from cd/dvd/floppy)
post #15 of 17
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Well, I ran the Memtest within Windows just to try to save me time. And it found 7 errors within 30 seconds, so I stopped it.

But now how can I pinpoint the problem? I have 4 sticks of Ballistix, so which ones do I send back?
post #16 of 17
Take one out

test

mark it good if it passes 8 hours of tests... mark it for RMA if it fails

repeat.

I had to do this when one of my ballistix died too

have you tried messing with NB voltages?

btw Crucial might ask for all 4 sticks to give you matched pairs for better stability
    
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post #17 of 17
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Well, 2 sticks are double sided, and 2 are single sided. I am pretty sure its not voltage, because I am running them really loose right now. 800Mhz @ Auto (5-5-5-18) timings and 2.2v

I don't really care if they give me matched sets back, I just want to get it new so I can sell it, because I am sick of dealing with this.
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