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Thread: Test ram in 64bits

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    Test ram in 64bits

    I test my RAM with memtest86 kind of software (which works only on 32bits) but for my bones 64bits .
    Because I adjust timming and would like to know if it works correctly.

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    Re: Test ram in 64bits

    Hi, memtest runs independently of the OS. It runs at startup, so no matter what OS you have, it will test your RAM correctly.

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    Re: Test ram in 64bits

    thank you for the reply .

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    Re: Test ram in 64bits

    Memtest is a program designed to test the RAM reliability of all computers under windows. This device can detect errors on your RAM and function by calculating the ability of your memory to perform data storage and retrieval accurately. Memtest can also be used to augment the performance and stability of your computer and even determine the reliability of your Random Access Memory by counting the number of failure encountered during the processus. This tip may avoid you from losing money by replacing your RAM without detecting the failure.
    Download Memtest 86 on below link:

    http://www.memtest86.com/

    See this guide for more information : Memtest: Test your memory

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