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There seems to be an issue between evgas 680i motherboard and corsairs memory...I have RMA'd my motherboard and it is on the way, and I was wondering does corsiar offer cross-shiping on their RAM as well? I can still use my computer, barely and since this is my only computer, im hoping I can get cross-shipping. Do they offer it? Thanks!
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I was just curious if anyone else has found anything out about the issues beteween using TWIN2X2048-8500C5D and EVGA 680I Motherboard?

 

Mine ran perfect for about the first 5 weeks, and then it took a turn for the worse. BSOD's, and alot of lockup's. I will be surfing the web and everything starts studdering real bad, and it just locks up...when I click on the mouse, it will just beep at me!

 

Does anyone know how to rectify this? I paid alot of money to build this system, and I can hardly surf the web without crashing =(

 

Thanks!

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I have the pc2-8500 2x1 gig sticks.

 

One will post alone, but the other gives me a C1 error when I post it alone.

 

Can I just send the one broken stick back to get replaced, or do I need to send the good/working one as well? (I hope not, at least I can use my pc with just 1 lol)

 

Thanks!

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Hello,:biggrin:

Lets see if we can test your memory!

Please load your bios defaults, and test each stick separately using a program called Memtest 1.70. http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

You will need to create a bootable floppy/cd/follow online inst.

Get your latest Bios for motherboard, if it seems stable on one stick.

You also can use a program called cpu-z to observe cpu/memory settings.

http://www.cpuid.org/cpuz.php

If you still have errors in Memtest post back in here!

http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52317

Hope this helps!:):

TimC.

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Hello,:biggrin:

Lets see if we can test your memory!

Please load your bios defaults, and test each stick separately using a program called Memtest 1.70. http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

You will need to create a bootable floppy/cd/follow online inst.

Get your latest Bios for motherboard, if it seems stable on one stick.

You also can use a program called cpu-z to observe cpu/memory settings.

http://www.cpuid.org/cpuz.php

If you still have errors in Memtest post back in here!

http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52317

Hope this helps!:):

TimC.

 

I can only test one stick, and that one seems to do fine. The other I can not even get to post =(

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