No what i meant was if you take it in for warranty work give them the link to this topic so they can see we checked the memory and it shows the errors which indicates a faulty memory module.
You suggested adding another link to this topic ???? .
If you are referring to the motherboard I would highly say NO as this is the motherboards I use and have installed on all my systems here at home. 4 to be specific and other then the occasional bad board i have never had any problems with them.
Is ASUS an inferior product
In your case you are dealing with a memory module issue and not a motherboard issue from what we can see. Without the warranty techs looking at it and testing each module alone and the memory slots on the motherboard I would not say it could be the motherboard. Though possible I believe the issue is a bad memory module.
If it is a faulty memory module then replacement should take care of it. If bad motherboard memory slot then it could just be a bad one. Though manufacturers strive for perfection we all know in the real world perfection is not a reality. Electronic parts break down over time. In some cases a bad one gets through the inspection process and it has to be replaced. There is no way for me to tell but I would venture to say that if it is a memory module it could be a faulty solder point or a damaged lead that connects to the motherboard slot.
Is this just a case of bad luck or am I looking a continued problems in the future?