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    BSoD After upgrading Ram

    Hy there ...

    G750jh Was running fine ... Then i have upgraded the Ram with one 8GB Kingston KVR16LS11/8 (1600Mhz 1,35V)

    Then i got Bsods like every 6 Hours.... Then i have removed the Kingston Stick ... Bsod is gone ...

    What do you suggest replace the Stick for the same one or go for another Brand?

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    Remove the all the sticks except for the Kingston stick. Download and run Memtest86+. If you get tons of errors, RMA it back to Kingston.

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    Never been a fan of the Kingston brand. Had another Kingston SSD fail from them recently also.

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    i did like you said @chino and my system would not even boot ...

    i brought the kingston back to the dealer and Corsair Vengance are on their way ... but this time 2x4GB... i figured out i dont really need more than 16 GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoeny View Post
    i did like you said @chino and my system would not even boot ...

    i brought the kingston back to the dealer and Corsair Vengance are on their way ... but this time 2x4GB... i figured out i dont really need more than 16 GB
    Phoeny, Corsair Vengeance line used to be all 1.5v SODIMM's, so make sure what you are getting is the newer 1.35v version.

    Here is a link to newegg that shows the new model's:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...rder=BESTMATCH

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