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Faulty RAM Suspected


DaveF

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Hello, I think I have a faulty stick of Corsair Memory. I am using two sticks of CMX512 - 3200CP2T. Faulty suspected faulty stick is:

 

XMS3202v1.2 0331018

 

Motherboard: ASUS K8NE-Dlx

CPU: Athlon64 3000+ (Clawhammer)

HD: WD Raptor 36GB

OS: Windows XP

 

I've run Memtest86 to check the sticks together and individually. Initially, the test was run with the BIOS settings at autodetect. Later I manually set hte voltage to 2.7V, which is the maximum I can select in the BIOS. The system is running at stock speeds (400MHz); nothing is overclocked.

 

MEMTEST ERRORS (Both Sticks)

Test: 6

Pass: 0

Failing Address: 0002a77e20c - 679.8MB

Good: 02000000

Bad: 42000000

Err-Bits: 40000000

Count: 1

 

MEMTEST ERRORS (Both Sticks - positions reversed)

Test: 6

Pass: 0

Failing Address: 000158a9df4 - 344.5MB

Good: 0200000

Bad: 42000000

Err-Bits: 40000000

Count: 2

 

MEMTEST ERRORS (1 Stick)

Test: 4

Pass: 0

Failing Address: 000158a9df4

Good: 062d6739

Bad: 462d6739

Err-Bits: 40000000

Count: 1

 

MEMTEST ERRORS (Other Stick)

No errors

 

When I bumped the voltage to 2.7V, it went through a couple cycles of Memtest before the errors were detected. When they were detected, the errors occured in the same memory positions.

 

Thank you for your help in this matter.

 

Regards,

 

David Friesema

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