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bd memory debug code board or ram?

LiveOrDie
Level 11
I had my board and ram from launch and lately i have been getting the bd code and i have to wiggle my ram around to get pass it, now i don't have any spare ram to test the board with but its looking more like the board, as some times i have seen it only pick up 3 sticks out of 4, what are your guys thoughts on this? cheers.
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Chino wrote:
The bd QCODE usually points to insufficient SA voltage.


This isn't my case i have been running the same overclock for years and the same components, and like i said wiggling the ram seems to fix this.

Avenger411
Level 10
Hey,

Yea well wouldn't it be something like QC55 or another code if the ram wasn't detected ? If the ram is detected and there's a BS code it's weird but unlikely that "wiggling" it will solve the problem in the long term. BUT X99 is some mojo jojo stuff so we never know 😞

Hope it ends up working.

Max
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LiveOrDie
Level 11
I've ordered some new ram wanted to update to a 32gb kit any ways but, i run TPU new memtest64 and it ended black screening my system this is all on stock.

LiveOrDie
Level 11
Back dated my bios to 3202 and so far so good, time will only tell.