- Jul 18, 2003
Just throwing this out there on the Internet. I used MemTest86 (no+) and can confirm the program reports ECC Enabled. Also, when you look at the details on the RAM, it reports 72bit width and 64bit data width for each DIMM. I did not see an option in the UEFI to enable or disable, but it looks like it's both enabled and working. I tried on a R5 3600 first and upgraded to a R7 3700X; no difference in reporting. Going to setup a parity checking file system and wanted to make sure bits aren't getting flipped whilst the parity checking happens. Also didn't want to spend a ton of money on server grade hardware. I'm running 2x16GB, KSM26ED8/16ME from the QVL for my motherboard.