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Errors in memtest with Corsair XMS 3200 C2


mato22

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I have just tested each stick of my Corsair XMS 3200 C2 and found out that one stick gives me errors in test 5 with speed of 6,3,3,2 at 400 Mhz which should do it. Other stick passes without errors. So one stick is defective, right??
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We are sorry you are having trouble with our memory, If you think its the memory you can test it in another MB if possible, or please test the modules one at a time and you can use [URL=http://www.memtest86.com]Memtest86[/URL] to test it or Please send us a email with a copy of the [URL=http://www.corsairmemory.com/main/rma_request.xls]form[/URL] or all of your info name address and phone# and the Module part# and copy the link to this post and email it to [email]Rma@corsairmicro.com[/email]. Or you can also use the [URL=http://www.corsairmemory.com/main/rma_request.html]On Line RMA Request Form[/URL] as well. If after 1 day or 24 hours excluding weekends you do not get the rma please email the same to [email]warranty@corsairmicro.com[/email] and we will help to resolve it. Ram Guy
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I`ve just made some more testing with my memory and found out that only when i increase memory voltage one stic fails tetsting in memtest test 5. At 1,6v memory passes memtest with no errors but at 1,7v or higher test 5 gives me errors. The other stick passes test with no errors at 1,7v or higher.
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I have changed my memory in the store, where i bought it and i got new models, only these one are XMS3200C2 Twinx. And now my problem is even worse. I get errors in memtest, test 5 even when system is at default speed. Test 5 gives me 2 errrors. I gave a lot of money for this memory and now it just doesn`t work as i want to. What else should i try???
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Well there is a limitation in that with any CPU speed 166 MHz or higher you should be running the memory in sync with the CPU. Please try these settings to test the memory CPU Freq: 166MHz Memory Freq:100% or 1 to 1 Resulting Frequency: 166MHz SDRAM CAS Latency: 2T SDRAM RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD): 2T SDRAM Row Precharge (tRP): 2T SDRAM Active to Precharge Delay (tRAS): 5T Then please test with [url]www.memtest86.com[/url] on module at a time. Ram Guy
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We are sorry you are having trouble with our memory, Let's try replacing your modules directly, Please send us a email with a copy of the [URL=http://www.corsairmemory.com/main/rma_request.xls]form[/URL] or all of your info name address and phone# and the Module part# and copy the link to this post and email it to [email]Rma@corsairmemory.com[/email]. Or you can also use the [URL=http://www.corsairmemory.com/main/rma_request.html]On Line RMA Request Form[/URL] as well. If after 1 day or 24 hours excluding weekends you do not get the RMA please email the same to [email]warranty@corsairmemory.com[/email] and we will help to resolve it. Ram Guy
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I am sorry about that! Please ask the reseller if they can help you to RMA or replace the modules. If they can not or will not help you then please submit the RMA and let our Customer Service know who the Reseller is and the phone# and name and they will do there best to help or get the reseller or distributor to help you. Ram Guy
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