Originally Posted by Kage
Just think though about this. Just look at the chips. It is a revelation in my opinion that they work at all when plugged in. Technology these days.
Good luck with the replacement dude.
To be fair, I do remember having ram going a long time ago on my previous build, but I didn't even check to see if it was the same speed, only that it was ddr2, I've since learned that lesson, I don't know if that was why it went, but when I was told to ensure they are the same speed, that incident came to mind, these on the other hand were exactly the same as the ram that was in, I'm currently waiting for my replacement to be dispatched from Amazon and I'm going to send this one back. I will run mem test straight away this time, if they're still faulty, I will get a refund, I'm quite suprised with it being a reputable brand like Corsair, but I suppose it happens to the best manufacturers sometimes