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Yesterday, I was testing my memory with a burn in program, it runned for a couple a hours, then I opened the case I pulled out the memory from the module and I putted it in the second module, then the PC wont even boot, starts but nothing in the screen, black, weeks ago that the memory is giving me problems, the PC get slower at games and stuff, I think that i had to change my Memory, cause of OC, I think that is it, is a cheap memory, Rambo PC3200 512MB, yeah I know, is a cheap memory of the hell, but ok, I going to buy another, a Kingston HyperX 512MB, better huh?, so this should resolve my problem? Any help is welcome!

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do you need the ram in the second module ? if not i would say its fine, but here hyperx is always sweet too
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cause of my poor performance with this memory recently, because I think that with the OC, the memory didnt resisted, so I tried to change it of module, just to see what happens or a difference, dont know, after burn in, turned off the PC and changed the memory to the second module(I was out of static electricity also), then I tried to turn on the PC, started but with black screen and no boot, so I though that was the memory because it was giving so much troubles, also I tried to remove the CMOS battery to see if something was wrong in the BIOS, and nothing the same, so my conclusion is that the memory is finish, I have to replace it for a better one.
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