Michael L Posted November 25, 2005 Share Posted November 25, 2005 I have a Dual-Channel kit of TWINX1024-3200C2, and they've actually been causing me problems since day 1, yet I never took much regard to it. Firstly I was NEVER able to run them at required latencies, I was forced to use CAS2.5 instead of 2, if I dare used CAS2 my system would go haywire. But it was not only until a couple of weeks ago when I used memtest to diagnose any problems. Within the 4 and a half hours or so of testing, the RAM had only passed 17 tests and generated over 400,000,000 errors. Nearly breaking the 500,000,000 mark. I immediately cancelled the test as I knew something was seriously the matter. I then decided to test the RAM in another computer that I have to see if it would generate different results; it was the same. It was slightly more stable, but the margin of errors were around the same amount. I have been trying to contact Corsair, but with no luck. I NEED an RMA number immediately, seeming that this is definately bad RAM. I have a case number, I've e-mailed them but I can't update my ticket because the site won't let me. I can't use my computer anymore, my programs malfunction, shut down and terminate on their own. I am also often greeted with random reboots while working within Windows, and occassionally after the POST screen when my computer boots up. If someone who works at Corsair can respond to this, or e-mail me an RMA number it would be very helpful..thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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