> Motherboard is a Gigabyte gam61p-s3. I looked up a memory support list
> here: http://download.gigabyte.ru/memory/motherboard_memory_ga-m61p-s3.pdf>> The memory modules I have are 2 sets of matching DDR2 667 RAM. Both
> Kingston Value
> KVR667D2N5K2/2G (bought at different times, first one set, few months
> later second set). This isn't on the memory list, but KVR667D2N5/512
> and KVR667D2N5/1G are.
It seems a little odd that the Kingston 2GB sticks are not listed,
thought the smaller Kingston sticks are, and some 2GB sticks from other
suppliers are! Do "they" know something we don't! Or, could you ask
Kingston or Gigabyte if those Kingston modules are OK?
I'd try re-seating these, and re-seating the CPU (with suitable fresh
heat-compound), and the coolers/fans that others mentioned.
Also, has the temp. of the "environment" changed, or case
Any way of trying (cooking!) the RAM sticks in another box - that's
compatible with them, obviously? Any way of plugging in another
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