Today I learned what a horrid state RAM testing programs are in for newer hardware. I was a bit shocked. The free/older tools don't work on DDR4/with lots of RAM (and I had a heck of a time trying to make bootable media for it in the first place too). Those that do work either cost money or have an intentionally bad and artificially hamstrung UI to annoy you into buying a "pro" version. It's just so gross

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After fiddling with things for a while, I just gave up and said "well, let's just lower the RAM speed if the computer gets crashy." It was so frustrating

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