I don't have the model/part numbers, is there any way for me to see them?Can you list your full hardware specifications. I'm sure you probably have offered them somewhere in this thread, but if so, they are all over the place. I don't see anywhere where the full hardware specs are listed all together in one place.
Please include EXACT model/part numbers where possible.
Also, if anything, including the CPU, graphics card or memory are overclocked, whether manually or using an automatic preset or utility, please indicate that.
Here's the result:Nah, that's good right there except it would be good to know the exact model of your memory kit.
To get the memory kit part number open a command prompt and then copy/paste or type in the following and hit enter.
wmic memorychip get devicelocator, partnumber
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Yes it has been changed. I thought that maybe the RAM was the cause of the crashes, so I changed RAM with my dad, I've just forgotten to change back to my original RAM.Has the memory been changed at some point or is there some reason why we'd be seeing different memory part numbers?
should I still do this?
Yes, it's set to A-XMP profile 1 in my BIOS.Have you enabled XMP after switching back to the faster memory kit?
Yes, but only like 2 times, which I've been told is too few times.Have you run Memtest86 with that kit installed?
Oh ok, I get it now. I don't think I've let it run for all four passes before.You only need to run Memtest86 ONCE, BUT, you need to run all four passes DURING that one run. Four passes will take many hours to complete usually. The more memory, and the more DIMMs, the longer it takes. With 16GB in two DIMMs, it will still take several hours, but should be doable between the time you go to bed and wake up, which is usually how I run it unless it's on a secondary or client system.
Well I ran Prime95 on the right RAM about a month or so ago, but i will run it again nowglad you worked out why the ram in system didn't match what the bios was reporting in crashes - it had been switched. I was going to ask how that was possible myself
So have you run prime 95 on the right ram to see if it gets rounding too? or was it what got it? its hard to keep track
Yup, I'm still getting as many crashes as I did before, some with, and some without BSOD.Well, some things have improved at least. The lack of rounding errors and the ability to pass Memtest86 for four passes is a good sign that things are MAYBE trending in the right direction.
Are you still getting crashes or errors, now?
I ran the memtest with the default configuration as it said. Should i run it again with XMP enabled?My recommendation would be to raise the memory (DRAM voltage) voltage by .010-.020v. And then save BIOS settings and see if there is a change. When you ran Memtest, did you run it with the memory at the default speed or the XMP configuration?
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