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So, memtest is very good but not always enough. I currently use memtest and PC-check to check memory. If memtest fails to detect errors, PC check certainly will and vice versa. And trust me, it happens more often than one would think.
Given this perspective, I have a different take on number of passes. When I buy a new machine (literally or new to me on ebay) I run it for 1-3 or 4 weeks depending on my patience. After that, it has always run indefinitely. The only bad machines I have taken on were two Apple XServes from 2009 with 24GB of memory that I got for free. Each had one bank of bad DIMMs, and after removal they ran for many weeks before I got around to turning them off. With 8 physical XEON cores running concurrently that was quite a few iterations. It took a week or so to fail memtest86. Then I repeated the failure (Another many days! What a pain...), then I replaced the bad DIMMs.
Finally, sellers of used computers typically swap things around, or even strip them into bins of parts then reassemble them based on what the customer wants, sometimes will little regard to static. I was told by one of them that the static issue was resolved sometimes in the 2000's and is not an issue any more. The truth is that static may wipe out a part, But most of the time it is just hot enough to mildly degrade a transistor only to manifest itself down the road. If you get a machine that has been running for a few years and nobody has taken it apart, chances are good that it will run roughly forever. Weak transistors are caused by impurities in the silicon crystal lattice, and the electric fields drive them to drift towards where they do the most harm. At higher temperatures, they drift faster. When there is a high current discharge (aka spark) they as well as the dopants that make the transistor a transistor are quite free to move around change the doping profile (Slope of the cliff). Picture a box of neapolitan ice cream with nice crisp boundaries between the vanilla and chocolate, now insert a little ni-chrome coil an inch in right on the boundary and heat it up to red-hot for a few seconds. What is going to happen I had a laptop that I bought from a local recycler that would fail on memtest86 or crash every few days. I took it back and when I express concern about static (Looking at his process) he handed me another saying "Here, I have not touched this. It belonged to the IT manager of , that's where all of these came from and he gave me his last." That was in 2013. It is still running (2021), has not crashed yet. Almost worthless by today's standards, but it serves it's current purpose.
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