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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       15 Jan 2016 #31

    I haven't seen the GPU causing anything since the slot switch :)
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  2.    22 Jan 2016 #32

    Well haven't had any issues apart from one just now. So somewhat hopefully it'll be closer to the original issues I had. Added a dump though feel free to pass looking if it's taking up your time.
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  3. axe0's Avatar
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       22 Jan 2016 #33

    The 0x12B(FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE) is a hardware memory error
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  4.    25 Jan 2016 #34

    Well I've only tested 2 modules (though I used the non plus version since that was already on my usb recently), but the results seem interesting so far.

    So I left 2 sticks doing overnight and that came back with just 1 error over 6 passes. Then I did them individually and they came back. With the fact that a while ago they came back with 10 passes or so clear each and I tested each slot individually, this is why I've struggled finding out what's wrong. Also apparently the errors aren't necessarily RAM errors, which I do wonder about considering that bad luck of having to send 1 set back twice already. I will note that I tested a single channel, but for some reason (possibly from another test previously) I had different sets in the same channel (they are the same make and everything, I just bought the same set twice).

    Also I've had issues 2 times booting up after the test. First time My PC was resetting. 2nd time I heard windows boot up but could never see anything despite not touching anything graphics wise. These happened a couple of times until I went back in and made sure the sticks and gpu were secure, but the RAM did click in both times and the gpu couldn't have different. The first time I hit the power button after hitting esc to end the test, the 2nd time (and another time when there was no issues) I went into the bios and hit the power button for a quick shutdown. So let me know if that wasn't entirely safe or something.

    I am aware that you quoted at least 8 passes, but I need your input on the results still, especially when previously they individually came clear. I aim to also test the 2nd set individually and together and potentially the 1st set again together.

    Edit: Also just got another 3 BSODs over the past couple of hours. The 3rd happened after the reboot after the 2nd. After the last one my PC was doing the auto rebooting thing again until switching the psu off and on (I assume). File attached...
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  5. axe0's Avatar
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       26 Jan 2016 #35

    I can give inputs best with MemTest86+
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  6.    26 Jan 2016 #36

    Right, i'll get to it and report back when I have something to report.
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  7.    31 Jan 2016 #37

    Thanks for mentioning memtest86+, I used memtest86 previously and assumed it'd find anything just fine. Though for some reason it wouldn't boot from USB so I burned to disk. I still had the no display thing going on which I'm not sure what was going on there, maybe some confusion over it being in the 2nd slot *shrug*.

    Only 1 stick seemed to display an error (each stick was tested in its own slot) and then I tested that stick in the 2nd slot and also got errors to show. (sorry for cutting it off, I believe the error count was 4, I thought it was in frame)

    So I guess I should return it for the 3rd time... Hopefully it was the cause of most of my issues, I did get a bsod when just trying 2 of my clear sticks so hopefully that was caused from my audio driver or something.
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  8. axe0's Avatar
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       31 Jan 2016 #38

    Let me know how it goes
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  9.    31 Jan 2016 #39

    Sure thing, though once I get my replacement it could take weeks for any findings. It seems bad luck to have so many RAM faults and to have missed it originally on my initial retest.
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  10. axe0's Avatar
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       01 Feb 2016 #40

    When you get the memory, it is adviced to test it for a minimum of 8 complete passes.
    After the test is completed with no error and the frequency and voltage are proper you can assume the memory is fine :)
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