Question Is my Corsair RAM at fault?

Oct 28, 2019
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Hi all, I've posted about this many times, but now I feel I have pinned the problem down to my ram. A little bit of background, my computer did not have enough ram to supply my Ryzen CPU, so I decided to upgrade it with a 2x8 corsair memory kit. Once installed, I noticed my games would frequently crash, and so would my computer, mainly with RAM related stop codes such as "Memory Management". I ran a Windows memory diagnostic and found the results in my event viewer littered with errors, and warnings. My question here is, A, do I have faulty RAM, and B, If I don't, what might be causing these problems? Thanks!
 

Darkbreeze

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Did you buy that memory new or used?

Did you buy it in ONE set, or did each stick come separately even if they are the same part number?

Which EXACT slots are they installed in and what is the exact model of your motherboard, cpu, power supply and memory kit?
 
Oct 28, 2019
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Did you buy that memory new or used?

Did you buy it in ONE set, or did each stick come separately even if they are the same part number?

Which EXACT slots are they installed in and what is the exact model of your motherboard, cpu, power supply and memory kit?
I bought the memory brand new at best buy, it was a 2x8 kit (one set) with the model number being "cmk16gx4m2b3000c15" (it's just 2x8 corsair vengeance 3000mhz kit) but I have it clocked at 2933mhz. they are installed in the second and fourth slot from the left. The cpu is a ryzen 5 1400 and the power supply I am unsure of, but I think I remember it being EVGA (I'm unsure of the model), but it could just be a crappy one seeing as the computer was a pre-built. the motherboard is a B350M Bazooka. hope this helps.
 

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