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I have 2 pairs of modules that don't work together


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I have 2 pairs of RAM modules; 1. OCZ Gold Edition (2x512MB) (PN:OCZ4001024ELDCGE-K)(http://www.ocztechno...al_channel_gold)

2. Samsung (2x512MB) (M368L6423ETM-CCC) (http://www.samsung.c...368L6423ETM.htm)

I have an Intel D875PBZ motherboard. These 2 pairs don't seem to work together. If I use all 4 modules at once they don't work. My computer keeps restarting at random times & after the restart I get an error message saying the computer has just recovered from a serious error & windows has made an error report and stuff. However when I use either one of the pairs it works fine without any problems. I have increased the voltage to the maximum my motherboard allows which is 2.775V & I have disabled ECC. Anything else I could try out ?
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Oh & I downloaded this memory test from www.memtest.org & when I ran the test with all 4 modules installed I got a failed test #5. However when I ran the test with either one of the pairs installed (only 2 modules) the test ran fine. Maybe that could help to find out what I could try so ya.

Thanks for any help.
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