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Bad TWINX1024-3200C2 Module(s)?


Shadis777

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I've been having intermittent problems with my system and it all seems to stem from the memory modules. I have been running MemTest and have so far received the following errors:

 

Error found with word pair # 60776529 or 60776486 (either could be the source)

Error found with word pair # 60776685 or 60776486 (either could be the source)

error found with word pair 607764861 values 1875668483 and 1842114051 do not match

 

 

I have an Albatron PX915P/G Motherboard with the latency settings set to 2.5-3-3-6 with a P4 3.6 GHz with HT.

 

What should I do next?

 

Thanks,

 

Nev

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The CPU settings are default settings, I have not changed any of those.

 

The memory settings are set to manual using in the timings

2.5-3-3-6 as detailed in on the Corsair board settings portion of the site.

 

And I was using the memtest from the memtest.org site and those are the errors listed on my post. Here is the latest error since I have been running it since this morning:

 

error found with word pair 60776499 or 60776486 either could be the source

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While I was not able to find the defaults for that board I did change the Memory Frequency from 333 MHz to 400 MHz. I also downloaded the most current version of my bios and flashed it. I am running the memory test that you linked now. Will update this thread with any errors or a successful result.
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I changed the DDR Voltage to +0.2 as you suggested and ran the memory test run over night. The result was 5 errors.

 

The detail had it as such

Pass 0, Test 7, Failing Address 0001ec980b8 - 492.5MB, Good fe93671e, Bad fc93671e, Err-Bits 02000000, Count 3

Pass 22, Test 5, Failing Address 0001ec984b8 - 492.5MB, Good fd7fffff, Bad ff7fffff, Err-Bits 02000000, Count 1

Pass 22, Test 5, Failing Address 0001fc98498 - 508.5 MB, Good fd7fffff, Bad ff7fffff, Err-Bits 02000000, Count 1

 

The Summary said:

Test 4 - Errors 1

Test 5 - Errors 2

Test 7 - Errors 2

 

I just changed the DDR Voltage back to default and am re-testing, I will let it run through 4 passes and post the results.

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I replaced the Power Supply and everything seems to run fine now. I adjusted the DDR Voltage to +0.2 and ran the memory test for 3 passes with no errors. So it seems that it was the PSU causing the problem in the first place. Should I keep the DDR Voltage at +0.2 or change it back to default? Thanks
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