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Memtest86+ 1.70 Test 5 Errors


cbjaust

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Hi,

I have a Twinx2048-3200C2 kit that is giving me errors.

 

Timings set to 2.0-3-3-6 1T at 200MHz FSB. It is running on an Abit AN8-32X with an Opteron 170 at 2400MHz. I have attached a File with more detail on the timings. Also a screenshot of the Mmtest86+ output.

 

http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=2391&d=1170042386

Timings.txt

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After 45 hours of memtst86+ 1.7 the second module (in the same slot as the first was tested in, and at the same timings as the first) has passed with no errors, so all seems good. Next I'll test both modules together with a 128 bit memory interface and the same settings for the next 24 to 48 hours and post back with my results.

 

Cheers.

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Ok, loaded Fail-Safe Defaults, then Optimised Defaults and finally set the timings to 2.0-3-3-6 1T and re-ran both modules with 128bit memory interface in DIMM1 + DIMM2. 2 passes, first pass test 5 threw up 696 errors and on the second pass the errors are up to 3072 from test 5. I am going to try single channel again in DIMM1 + DIMM3, then DIMM2 + DIMM4 and finally another shot at Dual Channel with slots DIMM3 + DIMM4.

 

Cheers

 

Edit: Board only supports DDR200 speed when in single channel with double rank modules in DIMM1 + DIMM3 slots. So at DDR240 (983MB/s), test 5 passes, but Mentest locks up when it gets to test 5 at DDR266 (speed at 1100MB/s, down from DDR400 dual channel speed of 2343MB/s). With DIMM2 + DIMM4 in single channel the table in the manual states N/A so I probably won't try that.

 

I guess testing single channel with two modules is pointless since it is all designed to be a dual channel 128bit bus. So am testing the settings from the OP with the memory in DIMM3 + DIMM 4.

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So am testing the settings from the OP with the memory in DIMM3 + DIMM 4.

 

Anyway the above made 3072 errors in the first pass of test 5, then on the second pass the errors were orders of magnitude greater. Perhaps it is heat? I am repeating with vDIMM down to 2.7 from 2.8 in BIOS.

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