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First of all thank you for taking your time reading this.
I wanted to upgrade my ram from 16GB to 32GB.

Old RAM: https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX432C18FB2K2_16.pdf
New RAM: https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX432C16FB3K2_16.pdf
Mainboard: https://rog.asus.com/de/Motherboards/ROG-Strix/ROG-STRIX-X470-F-GAMING-Model/

I knew that I had HyperX Fury RAM so I went on Amazon and bought an aditional 16GB.
When I arrived I saw that its not the exact same RAM and when I put it into my System it was kinda unstable.
After setting everything in the bios to automatic I managed to make it stable but it still didnt really worked. So I removed the new RAM and was a bit sad.
Later I decided to overclock my old RAM and managed to get it to 1.35V 3600MHZ 18-20-20-34.
Then I thought yea the XMP 1 of my new RAM is 3200MHZ 16-18-18-32 so I decided to put in my new and old RAM on 1.35V 3400MHZ 18-20-20-34 it worked out fine and booted into Windows without any problems.
I stress tested my RAM with AIDA64 and it made no problems after 30mins of testing.
But im still getting some errors (bluescreen + chrome crashes):
  • Page fault in nonpage area
  • system.service exception
  • system thread exception not handled
  • status access violation
(I have an error every 6h-2days and a bluescreen every 2-4days - mostly status access violation while watching youtube and then every 5mins-2h)
I also have the problem that my PC wont boot the first time in the morning. It just lights up and nothing happens - if I cut the power and start it again everything works again :/

I run memtest86 multiple times for multiple hours and it didnt find anything.

Now is my question am I stupid or is there any obvious problem I dont see?
 
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Page fault is more than likely ram trouble, system thread exception not handled and system service exception is probably from the mismatched and/or ram being overclocked, status access violation is chrome trying to use the ram and running in to trouble. Short version, basically you have a ram problem. Can you set them both to xmp 3200mhz?
 
Dec 20, 2020
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Page fault is more than likely ram trouble, system thread exception not handled and system service exception is probably from the mismatched and/or ram being overclocked, status access violation is chrome trying to use the ram and running in to trouble. Short version, basically you have a ram problem. Can you set them both to xmp 3200mhz?
Currently I only have my old RAM in with xmp 1 on and im still getting the errors - even if I set everything to auto and dont use XMP 1
 

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