austinx2 Posted January 23, 2007 Share Posted January 23, 2007 I had issues with the memory I bought back in November that involved game crashes and errors while booting etc, so I spoke with Corsair and got a replacement that finally came in today. I put in the memory and at first it wouldnt boot so I reseated it and tried again. It worked and booted up fine and displayed the desired timing and quantity of ram through cpu-z. All was great until I loaded up my games. I am still getting memory address errors that crash my games. The main game is World of Warcraft, which I am aware that it could have problems of its own, especially with the new patch, but I am sure it is not the game. While waiting on Corsair to process my RMA, I purchased memory from my work(CompUSA) that was similar ddr800 memory in the form of 2x512 since thats the largest they had on hand. It worked perfectly with no errors or boot problems for as long as I owned it, which was 21 days. I ran every game I have in an effort to reproduce that dreaded memory error I had previously been receiving with the Corsair memory, but it never failed me through all my test. I am wondering if the memory I purchased just Isn't compatible with my motherboard. I am planning on running memtest on it tonight and will post the results ASAP. I have already gone through many preliminary steps before I ever sent in the first memory that failed on me because I have never had memory to go bad, especially Corsair memory. The RMA# I had before is R216365. Any insight on what I should do is appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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