@MordeaniisChaos: Do you mean the RAM that tested bad or the RAM that's still shows as being good? If you mean the RAM that's still good, it would have to stay inside another PC for several weeks, and even then it wouldn't matter, if it goes bad I know it's still the RAM, if it never goes bad in the other PC then I might just have good RAM or I needed more time with the test. There's no real way of knowing by just putting it in another PC. What I am doing is placing a new set of sticks in the PC, if both sticks go bad within the year then I can safely say I might have another hardware issue that doesn't involve RAM...or that I'm one of the unluckiest PC owners around. But, it doesn't matter, I don't have another desktop to test this theory.