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Hey guys, so i did an overnight run of memtest86+, cause im having white screen freezes while serious gaming. When i woke up i found the memtest froze so i wrote down everything regarding errors, but i cant quite understand it, take a look.

 

@1:45:59

pass:4

error:3

Error confidence value: 177

Lowest error address: 0000003fffc - 0.9MB

Highest error address: 0000009eefc - 0.8MB

bits in error mask: 0104000

bits in error mask total:2 Min: 1 Max: 1 Avg: 1

 

@Test 6 the error numbers were changing fast from 1xxxx to 32767.

 

So that's all i gathered, what do you guys think of this?

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I think you have a bad stick of ram? lol. Seriously though, i don't know that anyone will know for sure how to decode the error but what i do know is you need new ram.

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thx for the fast reply :)

 

I thought those numbers would mean something to someone :P, but, what do you think, can damaged ram freeze with a white screen while heavy 3d gaming?, cause im not sure but i think everything else is fine, except for the fact that i cant see my VRM temps, so i don't know hows that working

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Hey guys, so i did an overnight run of memtest86+, cause im having white screen freezes while serious gaming. When i woke up i found the memtest froze so i wrote down everything regarding errors, but i cant quite understand it, take a look.

 

@1:45:59

pass:4

error:3

Error confidence value: 177

Lowest error address: 0000003fffc - 0.9MB

Highest error address: 0000009eefc - 0.8MB

bits in error mask: 0104000

bits in error mask total:2 Min: 1 Max: 1 Avg: 1

 

@Test 6 the error numbers were changing fast from 1xxxx to 32767.

 

So that's all i gathered, what do you guys think of this?

try using one stick at a time

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If you have an ASUS branded motherboard, sometimes there is a problem when running memtest with USB legacy enabled in BIOS.

 

no man, my motherboard is a kinda old MSI

 

try using one stick at a time

 

Thx for the advice ill be doing that in the afternoon and ill post the results tonight

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