Quote Originally Posted by RealNC View Post
That's quite a paradox there. In order to see the problem if there is one, you need ECC RAM. But if you don't have ECC RAM, there's no way to see it.
Normally RAM errors are quite obvious. The vast majority of my RAM is used by programs, not data, and therefore if there is a single-bit error it would most likely crash a program. And most RAM errors are from faulty sticks (or similar) anyway, and are therefore very obvious.