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Built a new PC and I am getting BSOD issues.


I have had BSOD's since I built the system. I narrowed it down to a memory issue so i started testing both sticks of ram.


I tested both sticks in memtest and got a load of errors so I tested each stick seperately and received no errors. I did this test in socket 1 and 3 and both times no errors. Put both sticks back in and tested and received a load of errors again.


I have checked the timings in the bios and they match what the Ram label says.


Have i got a ram problem or motherboard problem?

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If the memory tests good it's probably BIOS settings. Make sure that you have the latest BIOS as this is how compatibility issues are resolved by a mobo makers. You can try adjusting the QPI to 1.35 V and set the RAM to 2T command rate if it's at 1T as many BIOS do. It's also worth noting that some Intel CPU/mobos are sensitive to RAM voltage and only prefer 1.5 V while others prefer slightly higher.
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