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post #11 of 14
Did you try the RAM in different slots?

It may not be the RAM but the slot on the MOBO you used.
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post #12 of 14
I will point you here for another option to try out.
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Legacy USB is disabled by default in my BIOS. Hmm... I will try different RAM slots... Heck I'll enable Legacy USB and disable it again just to make sure...

Last night it went without a restart! yes!

Q: If I set everything regarding RAM in my BIOS to auto, could it set the wrong timings? I am new to RAM timings and still do not quite understand it. It is set to the manufacturer default as far as I can tell of 2-3-2-6

Heres a link to the RAM I have http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145594
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Originally Posted by DeMOn-X
Legacy USB is disabled by default in my BIOS. Hmm... I will try different RAM slots... Heck I'll enable Legacy USB and disable it again just to make sure...

Last night it went without a restart! yes!

Q: If I set everything regarding RAM in my BIOS to auto, could it set the wrong timings? I am new to RAM timings and still do not quite understand it. It is set to the manufacturer default as far as I can tell of 2-3-2-6

Heres a link to the RAM I have http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145594
No it won't set the wrong timings. It may, however, set relaxed timings on you which is why it is best to set them yourself.
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