Looks like bad luck. The first RAM I bought to upgrade my PC had the wrong frequency to work with the old. The second was faulty. The third one works great (memtest finds no errors) except for one problem... it botches up my recording.
The sound is extremely garbled: http://artgoblin.pl/upload/miketest.wma
It can get much worse than that, to the point of it being unreadable. Switching recording frequency to a different one (doesn't matter which) randomly makes it worse, better or (extremely rarely) eliminates the problem completely... for a while.
I've made sure it's the problem with this particular piece of RAM (taking it out makes things ok, keeping it as the only one doesn't help).
Do you guys have any ideas? My google fails me here.
My specs are:
Windows 7 64bit
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS
Mobo: Gigabyte 770T-usb3
Anything else would be of use?
Sorry for the .wma, if you think you can help but can't play .wma, let me know and I'll try to convert it.