On 17 Sep, O. Hartmann wrote:
> Am Tue, 16 Sep 2014 22:06:36 +0100
> "Steven Hartland" <kill...@multiplay.co.uk> schrieb:

>> All that said you shouldnt end up with corrupt data no matter
>> what.
>> Are there any other symptoms? Has memory been checked for
>> faults etc?
>>     Regards
>>     Steve
> The reason why my desktop has only 4 GB left is that I discovered memory 
> corruption when
> equipted with 8 GB - there occured a strange bit flip. I can not assure that 
> by ripping
> off 4 GB (2 times 2GB, it is an old C2D/P45 based box) the problem has gone. 
> I susepct
> a dying chipset - when overheated (at the moment BIOS shows 80 degrees 
> Celsius), the
> problem is more frequent.

You might want to try relaxing the memory timing in the BIOS.  In
particular, try adding some cycles to CAS Latency.  I've had a couple of
systems with ECC RAM that had excessive ECC errors with the default RAM
timing that got much better when I increased CAS Latency.  You might
also want to try rigging an extra fan to blow on the RAM and/or chipset.

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