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You're welcome.

Before contacting OCZ, you should make sure your bios is set to supply enough voltage to the memory. OCZ modules typically need much higher than what is standard.

To find out what your memory needs, use CPU-Z to find out the exact model number. Then visit OCZ's site for the correct voltage that should be applied.

Set your bios accordingly and see how it goes in Windows and/or a Memtest86+ run(s).
 
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Oh yeah, then definitely contact OCZ for replacement.

Show them this thread if necessary. Good luck.
 
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