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Cmx512-3200 Xlpt (xms 3200)


Morgan00

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I've got 2 x CMX512-3200 XLPT (XMS 3200) and have been seeing a steady decline in corruption in downloads, disk installs and general crashes. At first I put it down to a failing hard drive but upon further testing (mem test 86) i discovered the upper portion of the 1gb config to be corrupt (from 512-1024) Stick no.2 was full of errors by the 5th test no less than 66,000 errors were reported. I swapped out the sticks and tested each one on its own and the problem was with the single stick and not the pair. I've isolated the case to problematic stick and would like a replacement.

 

Im simply posting my case here as the RMA form require the reference no. (kinda annoying but i guess it removes case that dont actual require RMA)

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I probably should of mention in more detail when i purchased the RAM (in my RMA i simply stated decemember) It was Decemember 2004 so the memory is little over 1 year 1 month old and has seen no problems during that time span.
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Please follow the link in my signature “I think I have a bad part!” and we will be happy to replace them or it!

 

I Think I Have a Bad Part. What Do I Do?

 

The RMA request can be made three ways:

 

A link to our online form can be found here. Complete the form, and submit it to Corsair. You will receive a response within 24 hours, usually sooner.

 

OR you can print the PDF version and fax it to Corsair. You will receive a response within 24 hours, usually sooner.

 

An editable Excel version can be found here. Complete the form and email it to RMA@corsairmemory.com. You will receive a response within 24 hours, usually sooner.

 

You can also call them @ 1-888-222-4346, or use http://tsxpress.corsairmemory.com

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I got further problems, i tried running World Of Warcraft (a memory intensive game) and im getting memory location error messages. I run the 2nd stick through an extensive mem test 86 and found errors in the upper regions of 500mb... (probably why i dont have any problems using windows or less memory intensive applications).

 

I guess im going to need to RMA both sticks :confused: hope i got some spare RAM to get my work done

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