visions in blue 7  

rm_simon_uk22 49M
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3/17/2006 2:08 pm

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visions in blue 7

Why are ram sticks so unstable machine check errors are constast in my life,now working a heatsink manufacture It would seem in the world of cpu cooler's that copper will no longer surfice and we will be looking at silver but at what cost 99.9 pure grade my freind in engeering has drawn a blank for me to source but he likes a challange so well get there in the end.

windows vista stable but useless only works with windows media player 11 why cant they bring out real player with 64 bit extensions just show's that the computer industry shoots itself in the foot again.

Anyway enough about computers there's a young lady here who lights my fire but I don't light her's a shame because I don't think she quite realises how much she lights my fire if there's a god out there please help.I dont ask for much

but she's gives me hope and while there's hope

its all worth fighting for

regards to all

and may the great maker keep you safe from harm

Transblucency 44M

3/24/2006 1:48 pm

You need the higher grades of DIMMs for the memory densities you're going for. Not all DIMM modules are the same quality, even in a single wafer. But the stuff that gets failed is usually still sold on the open market as lower clock or lower quality price-effective memory. Its fine for a two DIMM-module PC, but not fine for a workstation quality machine.

You may also be overheating the memory? Have you got a temperature sensor inside the box?

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