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The beauty of BSOD !!!!

Take it down to one stick of RAM, and put that in the farthest slot from the CPU socket. Do whatever you're doing to test that's getting you these errors. Note your results and move on until all DIMMs are tested in all slots. Once you've gone through each DIMM individually, start running all of them at the same time. Make sure your RAM is configured in a way shown in the motherboard manual (i.e., not side by side on a four-slot board).

 

If one DIMM makes it through all of the slots fine but the other doesn't (assuming you have two DIMMs), you have a bad DIMM. If both DIMMs are failing on the same slot, you have a bad slot, and that usually means that you have a bad motherboard). If both DIMMs make it through without crashing, something else is up, probably your board itself. If both DIMMs crash on everything, motherboard issues.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I’m still having these errors and don’t have another PC to test each parts is working or not.

 

As far as I can confirm,

 

CPU is working fine. Ran a bunch of benchmarks with zero shutdowns. Non-Overclocked.

PSU is brand new and is working fine.

AIO, SSD is okay too.

 

I don’t know if my GPU is working fine or not.

 

Currently running Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool and it says an error is found on this hardware. Throw the RAMs out of the windows?

 

Ah ... the beauty of windows. :D

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RMA the RAM


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I hate Intel's pricing, Ryzen's weird quirks, Nvidia's pricing, and Radeon GPUs in general

 

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Products I like:

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Sony Xperia Z1 / Z2 / 10 ii, Asus Strix 970 / 1070, Samsung SSD, WD HDD, Corsair PSUs (AX, RM, CX(grey)), GeForce GPU, NZXT N450/S340, be quiet! Coolers, G.Skill Trident RAM, Logitech M525, Logitech G440, Razer Deathadder Elite

 

Products I hate:

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Xperia Z3, XiaoMi 5c, Radeon GPUs, Razer Audio Products, any bloatwares

 

Companies I absolutely adore: (and hope it stays that way)

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be quiet! - sent me AM4 mounting for my DRP3 even though it's way past the timeframe stated, no questions asked

Corsair - very good RMA experience, absolutely recommend

 

Companies I hate:

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Nvidia, Intel, Apple, TMT (Thundermatch, a retailer)

 

Personal Blacklisted Companies:

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Acer monitors, Gigabyte, Seagate HDD, Kingston SSD, Razer (except their mouse), XiaoMi Phones

 

Remember, just because I had good/bad experiences with these companies/product, doesn't mean you will have similar experiences too. I would still recommend these products if they made sense for your needs, but I'll add a disclaimer of my experience if it's relevant. Feel free to DM me asking why they are where they are.

 

 

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Take it down to one stick of RAM, and put that in the farthest slot from the CPU socket. Do whatever you're doing to test that's getting you these errors. Note your results and move on until all DIMMs are tested in all slots. Once you've gone through each DIMM individually, start running all of them at the same time. Make sure your RAM is configured in a way shown in the motherboard manual (i.e., not side by side on a four-slot board).

 

If one DIMM makes it through all of the slots fine but the other doesn't (assuming you have two DIMMs), you have a bad DIMM. If both DIMMs are failing on the same slot, you have a bad slot, and that usually means that you have a bad motherboard). If both DIMMs make it through without crashing, something else is up, probably your board itself. If both DIMMs crash on everything, motherboard issues.


Sincerely,

 

me

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, aisle9 said:

Take it down to one stick of RAM, and put that in the farthest slot from the CPU socket. Do whatever you're doing to test that's getting you these errors. Note your results and move on until all DIMMs are tested in all slots. Once you've gone through each DIMM individually, start running all of them at the same time. Make sure your RAM is configured in a way shown in the motherboard manual (i.e., not side by side on a four-slot board).

 

If one DIMM makes it through all of the slots fine but the other doesn't (assuming you have two DIMMs), you have a bad DIMM. If both DIMMs are failing on the same slot, you have a bad slot, and that usually means that you have a bad motherboard). If both DIMMs make it through without crashing, something else is up, probably your board itself. If both DIMMs crash on everything, motherboard issues.

Thanks. It seems to need a lot of work to do. I have never doubted MB to gone bad. I’ll test as above and see what’s failing me.

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2 hours ago, ZWELINHTET said:

Thanks. It seems to need a lot of work to do. I have never doubted MB to gone bad. I’ll test as above and see what’s failing me.

It’s a pain, but it’s the only way to thoroughly test it.


Sincerely,

 

me

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