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it's on the warm side, but nothing alarming at all. you may find you can run it cooler by watching the RGB settings. All white will heat up the sticks quite a bit.

 

The motherboard sensors seem to indicate your case internal temperature is close to 100°F, so your ram sticks will never go cooler than that too.

 

116°F on the first stick, i'm taking a bet on RGB :p

 

As for the timings, 3200 CL16 is fairly standard, not agressive at all.

ballpark values i had when using vengeance was somewhere around 10° above case temperature, maybe 5° more with some light RGB, and full white, full brightness, maybe 20° more.

with 85°F case temp, i could easily get 140°F ram temp with white RGB on the two middle sticks. Worth looking at.

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Hi all and Happy New Years.

https://valid.x86.fr/mfuenh << My PC specs

I am having RAM issues again using Corsair RAM kits 4x8GB  for 32GB. 

Yesterday and twice last week I have gotten the blue screen of death while working and or gaming. I did have XMP enabled on my MSI MOBO. I have ran Windows Memory Diagnostic and it reports zero errors. Well a friend advised me to download and run MemTest86 and it came back with errors, I then disabled XMP and the test MemTest86 came back with no errors. What and I doing wrong?

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1 hour ago, Technobeard said:

Looks like you're running two memory kits together. What's the version number of each kit? It's on the label.

 

Try testing one at a time with XMP enabled.

I see that 1 kit end 3 numbers are 146 & 147 and then 523 and 524 lol. I have the 146 &147 in now and will test them with XMP, ty for your suggestion

 

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1 hour ago, Technobeard said:

Looks like you're running two memory kits together. What's the version number of each kit? It's on the label.

 

Try testing one at a time with XMP enabled.

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why don't  you use taiphoon burner?

you get all the info you need from that sofware.... 

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