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Old 03-25-2006, 11:18 PM   #5 (permalink)
jeremy
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when mixing diffrent rams (non identical) in alot of cases they dont have same timings and that creates an instabiltiy conflict as their all being forced to use same timings that may be too much for some of the stick/s thats why you gotta find the optimal timings for all to work stable , of course that if you tested only that 1 stick (when all others are disconnected that is) that defently rules out the timings issue then it must be a bad ram or the mobo dislikes it , so now your saying you later on tested only this stick when all others are disconnected or did i misunderstood? , btw you did download memtest86+ 1.65 right?
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