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    jetro75 is offline Junior Member
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    Default System unstable

    Hi all this is my first post on this forum, hope to find a solution to my problem.

    I've bought on amazon 16
    gb module (2x8gb) ddr 1600 Mhz 10-10-10-27 1.50V ver. 8.22 Vegeance and a new CPU.

    Quite early my
    pc system started to be unstable (random crash, blue screen etc).

    to exclude any RAM issue I've
    runned a lot of memtest (memtest86), no errors.

    So i started to do a lot of tests: tried another operating system, update bios, update graphic cards driver etc but crashes still remain so I've back focusing on RAM.

    I've tried to run system one module a time and to my
    surprise no crash has occurred, as soon as i have put the second module system has started to be unstable again.

    So
    i've written to corsair support and they have accepted to replace the RAM module, but nothing has changed.

    At this point i wander if there is any bios tweak setting i can use to fix this problem.

    In attachmant there is a CPU-Z file of my system (only one ram module installed)

    Thanks

    Alex


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    Default Re: System unstable

    Could be power supply.

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    jetro75 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: System unstable

    As i wrote no crashes occurred with one module installed.

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