Noiprox Posted November 19, 2004 Share Posted November 19, 2004 I have a bad module in a 1GB TwinX matched pair. Details on the sticker are as follows: TwinX1024-3200LL CMX512-3200LL XMS3205 v1.2 0330008 XMS3200 512MB 400MHz 2326-T1 When I first purchased my RAM I had a pair that gave me blue screens and such and was replaced without a problem. After that I had the odd problem in games with locking and such. This has been a problem for the last year after the pair was replaced. Recently I had the chance to test all my hardware as I work for an OEM system builder and my company let me borrow all the parts I needed to test with. Yesterday I looked here for ideas to fix my problem. I have an Intel Perlk motherboard and have updated the BIOS. I have tested all the settings I have found here that may help with no luck. Today I tested with Memtest and found several errors with my RAM. I have no doubt that the RMA process will be very smooth however I don't know that I would like to continue with this model of RAM. My company has switched to the new Intel 915 and 925 motherboards in all of our new computers and most of our RAM is currently DDR2. All DDR2 in our systems is Corsair and as the manager of the assembly dept. I have had a good look at the changes in stability and the number of bad modules. The Corsair DDR2 seems to be a great improvement over the usual DDR memory I was used to. I would very much like to continue with Corsair memory in my personal computer however I wanted to know if via the RMA process I would be able to exchange this memory for a 1gb kit from your DDR2 line that you find to be an equal replacement? Thanks, -Rob Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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