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TWINX1024-3200LLPRO on an ASUS KV8 board


raklor

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I got a TWINX1024-3200LLPRO the pair of matched 512 sticks, LOT#0405098 from newegg.com and an ASUS KV8 board with bios 1004 and an amd64 3200+ chip. Im running with the defult settings of 2-3-2-6 and I crash when running high graphic load games like Dark Age of Camelot and 3dmark03 no bluescreen and no errors it just kicks me back to windows. I ran Prime95 23.8 and my system crashed. I decided to pull one of the chips out and test it that way and it runs fine with just one of the 512meg dimms in. Im wondering if there is a diffrent setting that i can set to fix my stability issue when running 2 chips or if im out of luck. You guys seem to have a pritty kick ass forum going on here by the way.
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I would suggest testing the modules one at a time with [url]www.memtest.org[/url] to make sure one is not failing. Then if both pass please try installing them in slots 1-3 and set the Dim Voltage to 2.7 Volts and set the timings manually to the tested settings.
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[quote name='RAM GUY']I would suggest testing the modules one at a time with [url]www.memtest.org[/url] to make sure one is not failing. Then if both pass please try installing them in slots 1-3 and set the Dim Voltage to 2.7 Volts and set the timings manually to the tested settings.[/QUOTE] Ok ran memtest and the first stick passed with flying colors, the second stick did not. I ran a total of 4 passes on the 2nd chip and got 6 errors. Ill try to duplicate them below best i can. Tst Pass failing address good bad err bits 3 0 0000af4f044 - 175.9mb 10101010 90101010 80000000 3 0 0001c64f044 - 454.9mb 02020202 82020202 80000000 4 1 0000c313c3c- 195.1mb fffffffb ffffffdb 00000020 3 2 0001f54f044- 501.9mb 08080808 88080808 80000000 3 4 0000cb4f044- 203.9mb 20202020 a0202020 80000000 4 4 0000c313c3c- 195.1mb fffffffb ffffffdb 00000020 I was only running the standard test but im betting thats a pritty bad sign. Im gonna bet your response is that i have bad stick but ill wait and cross my fingers.
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[quote name='65stang']if all settings and the slot you put it in were the same for both memory chips when you tested, Id bet its time to return. Id contact corsair with all the information you have posted here, tell em you need an RMA.[/QUOTE] I think ill just return it and buy locally from [url]www.the-wizards.com[/url] im tired of dealing with newegg they have pritty good tech support but this is the 2nd item iv needed to replace from them. Guess ill just go with the stuff wizards sell.
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