This is my system:
Crosshair V Formula
Phenom II X4 965
2x2Gb G.Skill DDR3 1600 - CL9 F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL
2x2Gb G-Skill DDR3-1600 F3-12800CL9D-4GBNQ
Before you say so, I know it would be easier to have the same model of RAM but it's a long story and I ended up with these 4 sticks.
At least they have the same brand, voltage and timings, so I thought this would not generate any problem...
I experience occasional freeze and BSOD's when playing intense game (BF3) so I am trying to fix this problem.
I first ran Prime95 Blend test and got many errors very quickly.
Then I ran Prime95 Small FFT test for 12 hours and got no error. I concluded that my CPU is okay (First question to you: Am I right?)
Then I ran Memtest86+ on all four RAM sticks together and got many errors.
Then I ran Memtest86+ on each individual sticks in their respective slots and they all passed 7 passes with no error.
So I guess the issue comes from using them together, right?
I am not an overclocker (even though I will use the easy tools provided in my motherboard later to increase a bit the performance of my rig) and I am very noobish on the subject.
What can I change in the BIOS settings to make this stable?
Please be as detailed as you can with steps and all, this will greatly help me understand the process.
Thank you for your help in advance