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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by scotty453 View Post
alright i will take a look, it boots and posts in the red slots though, just bsod's in any 64 bit system.
Damaged track are quite hard to spot, but good luck anyways :thumbs: maybe a BIOS update might fix it as well?
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post #12 of 18
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right opened the case got a high powered torch and scoured all the tracks, none have a scratch on them they are still shiny.
    
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I believe the red slots are the ones meant to be used if any real OC'ing is occuring with the system. So if you have plans for high OC's, you want to get it situated.
     
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yeah i heard t hat the red ones are good for oc'ing but i can oc my ram to 2000 mhz in the black slots at 1.65 v, and i didn't bother to oc in the red slots, i even tried to put the red ones to 1.65 that seemed to work for a day, then got the bsod's again, the red ones say 1.5v the black say 1.6
    
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Bump, should i RMA it?
    
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post #16 of 18
The black slots are better. For same speed, you may need higher RAM voltage if you run them in the red slots.
Same thing happened to me. No 2000 in the red slots and since then I use the black slots.
So, in my opinion, no reason for RMA
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Alright, im going to buy another set of corsair xms 3 RAM and put those in the red slots and see what happens.
    
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Wow, even in the black slots it's BSODing now, 3 times in 10 minutes, ugh, do i send my ram back or my mobo?, win32k.sys bsod's this time...
    
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