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    Do I have faulty RAM?

    Hi

    Just built a new Ryzen PC and used 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (2400) sticks. I am running at stock voltages and timings.

    After lots of issues booting to BIOS due to memory isssues (solved by BIOS update) I am now getting lots of BSOD in Windows. Multiple times a day.

    I have updated all drivers etc and it is still happening so I am looking into possible RAM issues. I ran a memtest for 12hrs and got 94 errors. As per screenshot which was after 3 iterations.

    Is this enough to diagnose faulty RAM? If so RMA/return the sticks?
    Last edited by phurbs; 23-04-2017 at 10:19 AM.

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    Re: Do I have faulty RAM?

    Try testing single sticks before you do anything else?
    Sometimes twin sticks failing when singles don't can be BIOS related.

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