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    OK, so they ran at 3200Mhz just by using XMP? ...

    OK, so they ran at 3200Mhz just by using XMP? Great! So even though your (ASUS's) QVL don't have them listed as XMP enabled some of the memory will still run using the XMP mode at the higher...
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    Raja@ASUS - Are you talking about them being...

    Raja@ASUS - Are you talking about them being stable at 3466Mhz?? If so how about shoot some of those tweaking numbers around! If you're talking about the 3466 Kits running stable at 2133, I don't...
  3. Did you try popping the drive out of one system...

    Did you try popping the drive out of one system and putting it in the other to see if the windows boot time is quicker? I know first (and maybe second) time around it is going to install drivers for...
  4. Go in your bios at startup and check your bios...

    Go in your bios at startup and check your bios overclock multiplyer setting of the cpu. Make sure it isn't set to 8. It should be in auto just to check. The only other thing I can think of is to...
  5. Asus z370

    You're going to have to overclock it the old fashion way. Voltage and timing tweaks over and over until you get what you can. Asus has informed me that unless there is an XMP at the end of the...
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    One quick note. I have learned by talking to...

    One quick note. I have learned by talking to ASUS chat that the memory on the qvl ONLY runs at the rated speeds above the default values IF there is an (XMP) value after the memory modules part...
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