The topic is not a broken RAM. A good RAM can also have occasionally errors when reading/writing; non-ECC RAMs more than ECC RAMs, but errors are possible with both types. My question is, when ...
According to sources, memory errors are a very probable event: Some say the probability of a DRAM error is 95% in just 3 days of operation of a computer with just 4 GB of RAM, others say 32% of ...
Possible Duplicate: Should I use ECC RAM for the next computer I build? How often does regular RAM make a mistake? Generally speaking, what are the odds of it actually impacting anything ...