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Old January 12, 2010, 06:31 AM
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If it's an option to you, one thing I would do is try another brand of memory with my rig. It might be a compatibility issue between your ram and mobo. Another thing that could be done is test your ram with memtest, it's a pretty darn good program and it has helped found quite a few bad memory module over time. On a side note, personally I have been having bad luck with Gskill. I know a lot of people like that brand and it seems to have a pretty good reputation. Nowadays, I am much more conservative with my choice of memory, for maximum compatibility I almost exclusively use Kingston. I like their HyperX series. Honestly, I doubt that you got 3 bad motherboard in a row that have the same defective memory slot. It's not impossible but that would be pretty surprising.
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