For those that remember my last thread asking questions on RAM speeds, I have another question I'd like to ask. After the latest Guild Wars 2 update and still getting errors, I finally decided to try moving the game over to the SSD again, since I was getting a different error after each crash. Low and behold it seemed to work. I played for a little while without a single crash and was loving every second of it. My guild was having an event last night and I wanted to participate. Loaded the game and got the BSOD. Now, I always contribute the awful BSOD with faulty RAM, but was having a hard time believing it since I just tested all sticks a couple of weeks ago. I tried my best to join up with my guild buddies but after 5 BSOD I gave up. This morning I started up Memtest86, and out of my three sticks, awaiting my forth to come back to me from G.Skill, apparently one or more shown errors. So, I started testing each stick at a time, and then was going to move to each RAM slot if no errors shown. Each stick takes around 13 minutes for Memtest to go through, but on the last stick shown 1 error at 9 minutes and then busted out all the rest of the errors at 24 minutes. Do faulty sitcks take longer to test within the program? I have never seen Memtest take so long to test a stick of RAM, is what I'm witnessing normal? Also, a quick question to those that have G.Skill RAM. Have any of you had issues with your RAM? I'm very close to trashing all sticks and just buying a new set, since this is my forth stick to go bad on me in less than a year. Does anyone have any recommendations of brands of RAM?