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  1.    09 Feb 2016 #81
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    Are the modules in the system of the same make and model? If not you need to remove 1 of them.
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  2.    09 Feb 2016 #82
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    Sorry, what are the modules?
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  3.    09 Feb 2016 #83
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    The memory sticks a.k.a. (memory) modules
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  4.    09 Feb 2016 #84
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    There was only a single stick placed inside which i believed to be the good stick. In response to the same make and model im not entirley sure what you mean by that either.
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  5.    09 Feb 2016 #85
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    Each memory stick has a make (manufacturer) and model (part number), with the model you can easier check the specs and see if it is compatible with the rest of the system.
    The make and model should be present on the stick
    Attachment 63325

    For example, my memory make and model (data is from a dump that was created from a bluescreen that I got several months ago)
    Code:
    Manufacturer                  Hynix/Hyundai                   
    Part Number                   HMT351S6CFR8C-PB 
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  6.    09 Feb 2016 #86
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    Yeah they are compatible with the system. I got a mechanic round and he strongly believes that it is the PS3 that is the issue. Whether or not it is the PS3 that caused the issue with the ram is at question. It it is definitely causing the power fault atm.
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  7.    10 Feb 2016 #87
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    I didn't meant the compatibility, but it doesn't matter you already answered the question

    Disconnect the PS3 and check it out (don't know if it is that simple?)
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  8.    06 Apr 2016 #88
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    Hello again, I know its been a while. So i cant remember exactly where I left off but after the computer failing to start for an extensive amount of time and getting the motherboard repaired and the CPU... it finally works again.

    Although, be it not as it shouldm as far as i can tell.

    Im using CPU ID/Z and it shows the DRAM frequency at 1223.8 MHz when I know for a fact the my RAM is 3200 dual channel so should it not be running at close to 1600? im pretty sure we covered this before.
    I tried changing this in the BIOS and it requires me to turn off the computer after a failed boot and then says something to the effect of overclocking failed please change in BIOS.

    Im at a bit of a loss of how to change the RAM frequency if my computer doesnt allow it. any insight would be greatly appreciated!

    I hope your all well!
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  9.    06 Apr 2016 #89
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    Due to my laptop being a Dell laptop I have very limited options in the BIOS so I have no idea what possibilities there are in your BIOS.

    Before I can suggest anything, I would need to know what the possibilities are in your BIOS. Please make a screenshot/photo's of the possibilities in your BIOS regarding this.
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  10.    06 Apr 2016 #90
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    Roger that give me a couple of minutes
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