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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

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    Back to the drawing board, this morning on cold boot the blue overclock light went on and off taking a bit longer than normal to post. Then as windows was starting up got bsod system service exception 0x03B, let it restart twice and saw 0x7F followed by 0x1E finally and had to power off cmos, blue oc light went on and off and posting was taking some effort and must have gone back to fail safe settings as the blue light was off and once in windows timings were back to 7 7 7 20
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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

    Would it make a difference if i cold boot with one stick, i tried that a while ago and still had issues, but i hadn't adjust any timings or voltages, i'll keep trying anything to get the cold boot fixed. I think it has got to be the mobo because the ram works fine after a reboot. If i do get another kit i would be inclined to make it an upgrade to at least a 2x4gb kit

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    It shouldn't suffer from cold boot ups,at stock or raised voltages,mine doesn't do it and so yours shouldn't either,I don't know if 8gb dual channel would be better than 6gb tri channel
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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

    Test each stick one at a time cold booted (6-8 hours between boots - per stick), and see if any of the sticks act differently.

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    I tried one stick the other day on cold boot and it bsod right away, should it matter what slot the stick is in, I had it in the white slot closest to the cpu.

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    yes white slot closest to cpu first. then next adjacent white slot after that. Once all white slots then fill blue slot. for 3 channel.
    for duel use the first 2 white slots then the first 2 blue slots.
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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

    Ya, test each stick once each morning on a cold boot - in the same slot you test the others with.

    Any white slot will be fine for this test

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    So far i've tested 2 sticks one at a time, each bsod right away on cold and fine after rebooting. i will test the last stick tonight, but i'm assuming it will be the same. Would this be a good alternative kit to use for this motherboard to determine if it is indeed the ram Newegg.com - G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB &#40;2 x 4GB&#41; 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 &#40;PC3 12800&#41; Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (on sale today!)

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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

    Regarding memtest, i was mislead by the internets, i had a windows app that was called memtest and testing with it didn't tell me anything. now i am using memtest86 4.20 booting from a cd. how many passes should i do in memtest to be sure that the test is complete, once it does a pass will it ever stop, or will it just continue doing more passes

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    Default Re: Ud3r blue screen memory management

    Memtest86+ is what you want to use, glad you found it! It will continue testing until you stop it, so if you are wanting to test cold boots 3-5 passes would be fine, otherwise at least 5-10 passes should be ran.

    The 8GB kit you linked above is not designed for X58, but should be OK as I have actually tested a similar Blue kit on x58 and it was fine.

    This is the kit I tested, also on sale right now and is better than the one you linked (And cheaper)
    Newegg.com - G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB &#40;2 x 4GB&#41; 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 &#40;PC3 12800&#41; Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL8D-8GBXM

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