Yeah, thats what i did, because the RAM is clearly faulty when it's got errors.
My RAM was matched to the board, it is also two of the same sticks, with the same clock speed. But my previous motherboard Asus M4A79T Deluxe and my OCZ 2x2GB RAM sticks were bought of eBay ... -_- I already had to replace the motherboard, and I bought the MSI one. Now it's time for the RAM ... I will never buy anything from eBay again ...
As a matter of fact, I'm going to borrow 2GB DDR3 of my friend today and I will see how that goes. I can't afford to buy a ram stick and the problem will turn out to be something else. And I can't test them individually because my CPU cooler is in the way and there is no good way of taking it off and putting back on without taking the whole motherboard out first. It's rubbish!
yay! managed to take out the second stick. No Errors so far, 1st pass
now just need to find a way to test the other stick/ram slot