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RMA Time - 1 bad module out of 2


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I purchased a TWINX1024-3200C2 set a few months ago and havent had any problems until I tried to play some memory intensive games (World Of Warcraft, HL2, Battle for Middle Earth, etc). This system has never been overclocked. The system will reboot itself over and over. My system specs are as follows:


ASUS A7N8X (BIOS 1010, Rev2)

Athlon XP 3200+


Antec 550W PSU (purchased new because I thought the PSU was the culprit)

ATI Radeon 9500 PRO (also purchased new vid card)

Promise TX4 SATA controller

Maxtor 80GB SATA drive

NEC DVD-RW (3500A)


I've tried messing around with the timings but it doesnt change things. Initially I had them running at 2.5-3-3-6, dual channel. I ran Memtest86 and on first run I had both modules in, same slots and was receiving errors. I changed the slots around, switched modules in and out. Finally upon testing each module individually, it seems that only one of my modules is bad. Memtest was ran on both modules individually and one came up with no errors while the other one did have errors. When I submit my RMA, will I need to ship both chips or just one? Thanks!

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