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Hardware failure on system memory test (Asus Prime Z370-P II + i5-9600K + Corsair LPX DDR4-3000)


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Hello,

 

I have a new build with:

Procesor: i5 9600k

MB: Asus Z370-P II

Memory: 2x Corsair LPX 8GB DDR4 3000Mhz CL16

Power Suply: Seasonic Focus 650W

GPU: RTX 2060

 

My problem is when I set XMP to boost my RAM to 3000Mhz, AIDA64 says "Hardware failure" only on "System memory test". I run AiDA64 for CPU, FSU and memory cache and run great. I run Prime95 (no errors), Realbench (no errors), HCI memtest(no errors), MemTest86(no errors)... What could make my ram to do hardware failure on AIDA64? When i go stock to 2133Mhz AIDA64 is not showing anymore that hardware failure...

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1 hour ago, Snuk said:

Hello,

I have a new build with:

Procesor: i5 9600k

MB: Asus Z370-P II

Memory: 2x Corsair LPX 8GB DDR4 3000Mhz CL16

Power Suply: Seasonic Focus 650W

GPU: RTX 2060

My problem is when I set XMP to boost my RAM to 3000Mhz, AIDA64 says "Hardware failure" only on "System memory test". I run AiDA64 for CPU, FSU and memory cache and run great. I run Prime95 (no errors), Realbench (no errors), HCI memtest(no errors), MemTest86(no errors)... What could make my ram to do hardware failure on AIDA64? When i go stock to 2133Mhz AIDA64 is not showing anymore that hardware failure...

It means your system memory is not stable at 3000 MHz setting.  You can try to fine-tune the memory timings or adjust the memory voltage to make it stable.

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