TwistedKestrel wrote:Even if it's not physically contacting, I'd think the close quarters of everything could be possibly causing a hot spot on one of the DIMMS. If you're planning to use your computer like a normal human, you could probably ignore it and it would never come up - you won't normally be thrashing 16GB of RAM very hard!
APWNH wrote:I'll be running memtest again now that I've got a proper GPU installed in the box. Hopefully the issue goes away.
I've been able to play plenty of games just fine on the machine: I don't think the PSU is the culprit here since it has no problems handling a much higher power load.
APWNH wrote:I had done a run at stock 3.3Ghz and it was stable for 24 hours. When I tested 4.4Ghz down thru 4.2Ghz it began to get weird up to ~20 hours into the memtest run. It would seem that I should want to run it for >2 days to ensure any kind of statistical confidence but I don't really have time to do something like that...
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