Quote: Originally Posted by pokeefe0001
Quote: Originally Posted by RAlgarJr
It's just too bad there's no way to test RAM out of the chassis. Process of elimination is always a giant pain in the butt.
In my case testing outside the chassis would have done no good (if I can believe the people at the shop I took my PC to). Any of the OCZ memory worked fine in the first 2 slots; none worked well and consistently in the other slots. There was some sort of incompatibility with the motherboard rather than failing memory.
That was my suspicion at first, but I could only get 1 slot to work. That's why I sent the motherboard back to ASUS first. They can test all the components, and when it passed, the only thing that could be wrong was the memory.