Dram reading changes? Tags: Motherboards DRAM Computer Last response: September 16, 2010 2:59 PM in Motherboards Share jeremychiam September 16, 2010 1:19:06 PM Its a bit too fast for me to read, but everytime i boot my computer when the mobo screen pops my dram is different 1586, 1584 then like 1502 or something, does that indicate my Ram speeds? issit suppose to be constant reading? im trying to diagnose my computer from massive amount of BSOD but fresh install fixes it for a few days More about : dram reading jsc a c 156 V Motherboard September 16, 2010 2:59:28 PM No, those numbers show the amount of RAM detected in the system. It should be the same each time. Getting different amounts of detected RAM could explain the frequent BSOD's. I'd make sure that the memory voltage is set to factory specs if possible. Also download memtest86+ to test your RAM. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumRecovering Lost DRAM Size error on X58A-UD3R. Please help. ForumManual DRAM settings in BIOS Forum3:10 FSB: DRAM Ratio ForumDRAM LED is flashing ForumAchieving a 1:1 FSB: DRAM ratio for gaming ForumAchieveing a 1:1 FSB to DRAM ratio for gaming ForumFSB: DRAM Ratio ForumASUS and no DRAM 1.65v option? your comments please ForumDifferent FSB DRAM ratios shown in cpu-z and aida64 ForumASUS Motherboard Computer not booting ( DRam light is flashing) ForumFsb: dram in e5200 ForumDRAM _LED is Red - No display on monitor (first boot) ForumRampage IV Formula DRAM LED ForumNo post, dram light on, no video ForumDRAM :FSB Ratio at 12:6 ForumP7h57, i5-760 and 2x8gb ForumDRAM timings ForumP6x58d-e dram issues ForumMotherboard not reading harddrive Forum[Solved] Unstable DRAM frequency More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !