I didn't install memtest. I booted from it. Im not going to test all 4 sticks on all 4 slots one at a time. That will take a month. I've already started the RMA process for the RAM and I'm just wondering why I got 10,000 errorsUninstall and reinstall memtest - current install may be buggy or corrupted.
Doublecheck motherboard's supported RAM and RAM configurations.
Doublecheck that installed RAM is correct for your motherboard.
Try one module at a time in each available RAM slot.
Narrow down the errors to a particular RAM module or slot.
Right. Well what was interesting was that I had set the XMP, ran the test, it did 4 passes with a total of 4 errors. Then I disabled the XMP, tested again, and got 10,000 errors. This RAM is not on the QVL. I've ordered a new 64GB kit. Its on the QVL, and I'm RMAing the incompatible kit. Don't know why its not on the QVL when DDR4 is DDR4. ….. but whatever. What I don't get is how I went from 4 - 10,000 errors just by disabling XMP. That's beyond me10,000 errrors:
Buggy/corrupted memtest. One or more faulty RAM slots. One or more faulty RAM modules.
Misconfigured RAM installation.