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How long should one run a burn-in on newly built system?

 
 
Paul T. Winkfield
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      01-13-2004, 08:57 PM
Hi the title says all
I built new system using AN19E board and AMD2500+ with 512k RAM, the RAM was
bad so getting another stick, when it comes I want to do a burn-in but for
how log?
TIA
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Kyle Brant
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      01-14-2004, 07:42 AM
I suggest running memtest86 overnight as a good burn-in.
www.memtest86.com

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| how log?
| TIA
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