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After I found that DOTA 2 was crashing whenever it went over 1GB of RAM usage I decided to run memtest to see what was up. It turns out that it returned over 700 erros in test 6 with both sticks and 200 with one. So my question is, Is my RAM screwed?

 

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Coursair xms3 2*4GB 1333MHz (Running 1 stick)

 

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CPUz screenshots for the sake of listing specs.

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depends. what were the errors? also go into yourbios and make sure you memory settings are correct

 

this often times leads to errors


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screenshots of the errors?


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After I found that DOTA 2 was crashing whenever it went over 1GB of RAM usage I decided to run memtest to see what was up. It turns out that it returned over 700 erros in test 6 with both sticks and 200 with one. So my question is, Is my RAM screwed?

 

Try each stick by themselves in every slot. It may actually be your motherboard.


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