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Memory upgrade 512MB > 2GB

Hi Recently purchased & fitted 2 off 1GB KingstonKVR400X64C3A/1G memory modules. System comes up, recognises 2GB; to all intents everything works fine & fast. However, system hard re-boots (as per momentary power-off) after 2 or 10 minuts etc. Checked BIOS Advanced Chipset DRAM Config where HT_Speed was set to 800MHz. Changed to 400MHz .... system than ran for 1 hour, but eventually it did the same thing.
Any suggestions please?

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Thermal problems becuase of inadequate power . Your power supply to be looked into.

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