My new PC keeps getting the BSOD memory_management error in Windows 8.1

I tried using the Windows Memory Diagnostic in Safe mode and it says every thing is %100 fine and that everything is working great yet i have got the same error 3 times today. Should i trade my RAM in for some new ones and doesn't RAM only last 3 months and than a new set is required to get? I can send Pics of anything needed or my specs just ask i really need help guys i only had this PC for 2 months :/
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  1. No I've had my ram for 2 years now what you need to try is removing 1 stick at a time to see if the error still occurs you'll want to try every configuration possible pretty much swap out all the ram sticks try every port.
  2. galactigus said:
    No I've had my ram for 2 years now what you need to try is removing 1 stick at a time to see if the error still occurs you'll want to try every configuration possible pretty much swap out all the ram sticks try every port.


    Today is the first time it happend ever it happend 3 times today. I heard it could be voltage and how would changing the slots help i thought it was something wrong with the ram?
  3. Could also be a ram slot that's gone bad to test the ram though you will have to remove them one by one until the problem goes away then you'll know that particular stick is bad.
  4. Ferrariassassin said:
    galactigus said:
    No I've had my ram for 2 years now what you need to try is removing 1 stick at a time to see if the error still occurs you'll want to try every configuration possible pretty much swap out all the ram sticks try every port.


    Today is the first time it happend ever it happend 3 times today. I heard it could be voltage and how would changing the slots help i thought it was something wrong with the ram?


    Bro i am sure one of your ram is faulty
    me 2 was having same issue. use Memtest86+ and check each of your RAM individually
  5. galactigus said:
    Could also be a ram slot that's gone bad to test the ram though you will have to remove them one by one until the problem goes away then you'll know that particular stick is bad.


    Well i did the memory diagnostic and it has not done it since i posted this question so is it good now? Its been 6 days so far and no problames. I think when i set my CPU clock to 3.90GHz from 3.50GHz that may have done it maybe? Because i set it back to 3.50GHz and everythign runs great now.
  6. galactigus said:
    Could also be a ram slot that's gone bad to test the ram though you will have to remove them one by one until the problem goes away then you'll know that particular stick is bad.


    Well i did the memory diagnostic and it has not done it since i posted this question so is it good now? Its been 6 days so far and no problames. I think when i set my CPU clock to 3.90GHz from 3.50GHz that may have done it maybe? Because i set it back to 3.50GHz and everythign runs great now.
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