donner Posted March 2, 2005 Share Posted March 2, 2005 I have TWINX-3200LL 1024mb I purchased in 2004 from Newegg. No matter what I try, I cannot get it to run at 200mhz. Windows will crash within a minute of startup. I am testing it with Memtest at 166mhz. So far, I have 32 errors. Memtest shows that the throughput is only 1213 mb/s. How many errors constitute a bad module? WIll just one do it or is 32 enough? I ask as memtest has been running for over an hour now and I'd like to get some things done. My PC works at 166mhz, but I often get memory errors and some of the games I play that use loads of memory crash often. On a side note, I wish I had tested this memory earlier. I replaced my video card, bought a new sound card, power supply and hard drives in an attempt to tracjk down what was causing my problems. It never occured to me that the very expensive Corsair RAM I purchased might be at fault. I am very disappointed to say the least. I don't know why others purchase Corsair, but I paid a premium to avoid these sorts of problems. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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