I've yet to find a PC with a memory power issue. However I have found PCs with mixed memory sticks that BSOD and more. In one case the mixed memory has sticks of a higher voltage in the first slots. As we know few if any motherboards have support for that when the owner added new lower voltage memory sticks they would work for a time then burn out.
Sadly it took them burning up hundreds of bucks in RAM to accept we must use compatible memory sticks (nod to crucial.com) and never mix make and model sticks.
I just built a new pc using a new motherboard with newer memory ddr4 but kept my older power supply of 1000 watts, because some of the slots of my memory went bad on my old desktop I found out after testing them with memtest. Now that I have a completely new machine with new parts but with the same power supply and storage drives I have had three to four different bsod memory errors in the past half year. I am starting to think that either my power supply can't keep enough power to power everything and the memory is not getting enough power or since I live in a smaller one bedroom apartment apartment that I simply don't have enough power available to power my new gaming desktop. I have a gigabyte z170-gaming 7 with a skylake i7, nzxt kraken closed loop liquid cooler 4*8gb ddr4 nvidea 960, thermaltake toughpower grand tpg-1200m between 2-4 years old, one 120 gb ssd boot drive, 2 hard drives, 2 optical drives, benq 27 inch moniter, I did a clean windows 10 install and built my computer last October.