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I think i fried my ram.

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by technicks, Oct 12, 2007.

  1. technicks

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    Well after doing some oc'ing on my X2 4000, trying to get it at 3.2.:D
    I did some Everest benches afterwards to find out that things have changed.:p
    Earlier this day i got a score of 41 ns. And now in the 60's.
    Also on the other ram benches scores have dropped quit a bit.

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  2. panchoman

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    if you fried it, it wouldn't be working. check the settings again maybe?
     
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    re run the bench it isn't rare to just give wrong result's cause if they have any problem the system would load
     
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    You probably got a really good result the first, a really bad one this time. I suggest dropping the RAM multi and tightening timings, AMD favors low latency more than high speed
     
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    agreed
     
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    not sure how much memtest will do, but it certainly will show you that you haven't fried your memory.
     

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