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  • Understanding Addresses and Errors

    Hi everyone. I didn't know there was a forum for memtest!
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    So I've been using memtest for a while, but never quite understood what the addresses, expected, and actual results with errors mean. I might be asking a dumb question, but is there some way to determine what stick of many is the bad stick from this information? I have boxes full of ram I need to test and only one board for testing. I have to do them one by one if a set has errors. Is there any way I can optimize this by knowing how the errors and addresses work?
    thanks fellas
    -ChuckWheat

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    Short answer is no.
    The mapping of addresses to particular memory sticks is complex, changes per CPU and generally keep secret by Intel.

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