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Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

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Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6
  

I've had blue screens steadily since the purchase of this equipment. When I put my Extreme Memory memtest86 profile provide me all kinds of errors. If I leave the BIOS settings default to optimize the RAM goes. I'm trying to settle on whether it is a RAM matter or a configuration trouble. Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

The number you have given is for a module that is part of a set. And I would check the voltage of the CPU / QPI and see what is set when you have XMP enabled.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

I tried all the sticks of RAM individually and pass them all. I tried to prove to everyone in different configurations, while successively at 1600MHz. Memtest is not any configuration of the RAM .More than 6 GB, at the same time as running at 1600MHz. The XMP profile seems to put the DRAM voltage of 1.79V. I tried by hand setting the RAM from 1.6 to 12 GB and still memtest.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

Are you running two different kits of 6 GB ram, 2 GB or 6 individual modules? Its condition. 6GB States, although his memorandum states 12GB.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

The kit consists of 6 x 2 GB sticks. To make clear, I tested each stick independently, after experiencing BSOD with 12 GB installed. This occurred together in the default configuration, and the XMP profile. All clubs passed independently. After 2 sticks installed and experienced. Then I installed and tested 3 sticks. In its wake. After three sticks or 6GB. Memtest would join the mistakes I've added more RAM.

The same 3 sticks (6 GB), which went through a XMP profile last night, not Memtest this morning. Then manually DRAM voltage to 1.66 and QPI voltage to 1.35. The RAM passes the preliminary test.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

I would suggest contacting the OEM is not a minor part.But what I have posted it sounds like there may be some other trouble.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

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I would suggest contacting the OEM is not a minor part.But what I have posted it sounds like there may be some other trouble.
Nevertheless the module can be part of a 6GB kit, TR3X6G1600C9, look! I'm not clairvoyant enough to assume the configuration RAM.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

No need to disregard the administrator! PC Specifications RoscoSlack not only demonstrates a 2 GB module. Details are sometimes lost.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

Once again I'm sorry, but it is an OEM and distributor CM3X2G1600C9D6 would only be responsible for the guarantee. The lower part will have three modules TR3X6G1600C9 labeling CM3X2G1600C9 / D3 or TR3X6G1600C9. There may have been some that were poorly labeled, but in this case is an OEM supplier so you will pay.
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

Old I know, probably dead, but I have the same computer, in the same place (ugh) and I have a club that has died. I have emailed on this cyber and I'm awaiting a response.

Would sun if I called and tried to RMA via Corsair? Even if I can offer and the receipt as proof of purchase? I just want to get this cleared up and make sure I have all ends covered and thanks in advance for any help
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Re: Getting BSOD with Corsair CM3X2G1600C9D6

I received a response from Cyber Power, and needless to say won’t the answer I wanted. I was told that since the team was more than a year old from the time of purchase, the parts warranty has ran out and I have to buy my own replacement. Unfortunately, I've learned my lesson about buying them.

I had to change and depends on the hardware warranty from the manufacture anything .Anyway I can provide them the bill and other suits are the stickers on them so bad give them a call
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