I would suggest checking your motherboard manual to see what your matching RAM slots are, you might have to move 1 of the sticks to a different slot. Most of the time they go like 1/3 or 2/4 are for dual channel, they are often color coded as well. This would be what I would check first.
If your not running in dual channel with 2 sticks, then you have them in the wrong slots. Read your manual.
Just because your not purposely overclocking your ram, does not mean your not. Raising the fsb to overclock the cpu, automatically overclocks the ram and can cause it to burn up.
Can you verify that your ram is only running at the stock speed (assuming 800mhz?) when your cpu is overclocked?
it is running at 800MHz, my mobo has 2 green slots and 2 orange slots, right know as i type they are located on the orange slots, the sticks are dual channel, the manual doesnt say anything about the memory, thats why im asking lol
In BIOS check to see if your running them ganged or unganged....make sure they are unganged....BTW look above eash DRAM bank and look for something like ....A1, A2, B1, B2....A1, A2 is the ones your DIMMs should be in....when in doubt just change them over to the other banks(green)