Sarg0r Posted January 6, 2007 Share Posted January 6, 2007 Hi guys, right been having a few problems, wonder if someone can have a look and tell me if its me being a fool or a real problem. I have Twin XMS3500 as per the title which consists of 2 x 1GB sticks. I tested them individually using Memtest, with the following results: One of the sticks runs to 250% coverage with 0 errors. I then shut down and swapped the sticks over, using the same slot The second of the two sticks completed 200% coverage with 22 errors, these are as follows: 3c6c9c6 & 3c6c902 2e05930 & 2e058ee 2e05971 & 2e05902 2e059c4 & 2e05952 2e05a2c & 2e059ba 3c6c9d6 & 3c6c974 3c6c95e & 3c6c861 3c6c922 & 3c6c5f5 2f0f360 & 2f0f2a2 3c6c8f6 & 3c6c7e9 Pair 69269898 2f0f38b & 2f0f15e 3c6c9c2 & 3c6c98f 2e0592e & 2e05922 2e05932 & 2e05926 2e05942 & 2e05936 2e0597a & 2e0596e 2e05986 & 2e0597a 2e0598a & 2e0597e Pair 56589650 3c6c9ae & 3c6c890 3c6c9b2 & 3c6c894 Based on the fact that I tested them individually and one has no errors, the other has many am I to conclude that I have one stick that is toast???? Any thoughts or opinions welcome Cheers Since this post I have run another test on the 'good' chip which clocks over 1000% coverage (and was still going) without an error in sight. Since these are 'paired' chips if I need to get it replaced does it mean that I have to replace both, or just one? Sorry for the silly questions, but I've never had this happen to me before Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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