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Question Computer Gets BSOD'd when more than two ram sticks are used

Jun 29, 2020
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This is an interesting one. Computer could not run all four ram sticks at once since it's build. One day, it worked with no adjustments. Later, a quick power outage killed my computer, which started problems. I went through the RMA process for my mobo, gpu, and now RAM. My computer was working after the gpu rma, but my ram was still finicky, so I RMA'd it. Today I got it back, but to no avail. My computer still can't run with three or more sticks, or else the computer blue screens. 20 hours on customer support can't help this, so I came here for help. Changing out the sticks and the slots don't help, its just the amount of ram.

Parts:
Ryzen 5 2600x
AsRock B450M Pro4 (rma)
G Skill DDR4-3200 8GBx4
(rma)
Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 56
(rma)
INTEL 512GB 660P
Samsung EVO 500 GB SSD
Ps4 Hard Drive (not in use)

 

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