6 sticks of bad RAM, all in the same slot.
All right. I wanted to get an extra few opinions on a problem I've been having. Hopefully a few of you can assist me.
I recently built 32 machines for one of my company's clients. E8500s, Gigabyte Boards, 4GB SuperTalent RAM, etc.
6 of these machines would not post, and gave me memory errors (you all know that familiar beep, beep, beep)
Every time there was a memory error, it was in the second slot. You could put the RAM from slot 1 in slot 2 and it would work but not vice versa. It just fried the DIMM. I'm terrified that I'll be dropped down 2 gigs across the board and have some very, very unhappy customers.
Anybody heard of this before?
Thanks in advance!