Hey guys, I just got new RAM because my old RAM was not on the QVL of my mobo, and was casing major instability issues. (Random shut down, restart, BSOD etc. Another interesting one was when I had the PC asleep, sometimes when trying to boot back up the memory would become undetected and show error 55 requiring me to to unplug and replug in PSU. Anyway, I got my new RAM 2 days ago. The most I have been able to do to test is keep the PC idle on desktop due to me not being able to cool the CPU properly. I have the waterblock on the CPU, but my GPU is currently being fixed and I have hardline tubing so I can’t exactly just setup a temporary cooling solution. Anyway, I remember with my old RAM even just being idle on desktop would cause issues, I remember when first building, I experienced a random shut down after the first 20 minutes or so of the PC being on. The total amount of time I have had the new RAM essentially active probably adds up to around 24-36 hours (including sleep time) So basically that long with no issues. so with the new RAM I have had periods of about 30 minutes having it idle on desktop then shut down and let it cool down for an hour. Then repeat. Haven’t had any issues yet which is promising, but I was wondering if there was a better way to test it without having adequate cooling? I have also been leaving it on sleep a lot to see if I could replicate the “memory undetected” error when waking up. Seems okay so far, but I’m not sure whether the RAM has to be put under real stress for it to gradually worsen the symptoms. Anyway, the main reason I’m testing the new RAM is just because I want to be 10000% sure it was the old RAM casing the issues and not the motherboard. Although I am pretty confident it was the old RAM.