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450+ errors in Memtest with both sticks, now running 1 stick, question
Hello everyone, I have been getting BSODs for awhile now unfortunately. At first I thought it was my power supply not supplying enough power anymore because it's 2+ years old and has been through many builds.
Well, I ran Memtest last night just to be sure, and after waking up 8 hours later, Memtest had reported over 450+ errors, this was with BOTH ram sticks inserted / being tested.
My timings were set as they should be (9-9-9-24-2t command rate and 1.5v DRAM voltage).
Now onto my question:
I'm currently testing 1 stick at a time to see if the errors pop up on one stick only. Now, in the BIOS, I have the timings set to 9-9-9-24-2t command rate, 1.5v DRAM voltage, but in Memtest it says:
CAS: 6-6-6-20 / Single Channel (when testing one stick only)
Are those timings normal / what they should be for testing one stick? Or is there something wrong?
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