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XMS4400PT gone bad?


machiavelli

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After some instability with my Abit IC7-G Max2, I decided to retire it after running it at 270FSB for almost two years. The new victim is an Asus P4C800-E Deluxe. Transferred everything to the new mobo, hooked my cooling and fired it up. Prior to loading the OS, it's been a habit of mine to test everything at stock using Memtest86. To my surprise, it's giving me errors at test number 4 to 8. Tinkered with the settings a bit but same results. Pulled both sticks out and started testing it one stick at a time across all four slots and found one that's bad. Pulled the Abit out of it's retirement and tested the sticks there and same results at stock or OCed.

 

I guess I'll be needing an RMA number from somebody.

 

Part # TWINX1024-4400PT

Lot # 0349109

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Did you disable legacy USB on the ASUS MB when you ran http://www.memtest.org? And did you set the Dim Voltage to 2.75 Volts? If so and you still get the errors with one module then lets get them replaced.

Please follow the link in my signature “I think I have a bad part!” and we will be happy to replace them or it!

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