nlax Posted March 12, 2005 Share Posted March 12, 2005 Hello, I have a set of TWINX 512MB Corsair RAM (model CMX-512-3200C2). It says on the memory stick XMS3202v1.2 I have been experiencing Blue Screens of Death frequently, as well as system instability (application crashes) when running games. Suspecting the RAM, I ran 2 different tests: memtest86 and the Microsoft Windows Memory Diagnostic tool (http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp). One module experiences failures in both tests, while the other is fine. I am running an ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe with a Pentium 4 3.0GHz, at standard clock settings (no overclocking). I have tried changing the memory timings to [Auto] (option in my bios, labelled "Configure DRAM Timing by SPD, either Auto or Disabled, which allows you to enter the timings manually) and also to the recommended timings on the Corsair website: CAS Latency: 2.0 RAS Precharge: 3 clocks RAS to CAS delay: 3 clocks Precharge delay: 6 clocks Other settings that may be relevant: DRAM Burst Length: 8 clocks (this is the default) DRAM Idle Timer: [Auto] DRAM Refresh Rate: [Auto] Performance Acceleration Mode: Tried both [Auto] and [Enabled] - no difference HyperThreading Technology: Enabled I have tried reseating the chip and tried both of the channels on my motherboard, and the results don't change. Can you help? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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