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    Maximus X Hero with Trident Z 4133 MHz problems!

    Hello all!
    I am a new user in this forum, where I hope to find help for my problem.

    In the last days I decided to improve my computer, where I changed the motherboard, processor and memory.
    The choice fell on the Asus ROG motherboard Maximus X Hero (without Wi-Fi), the Intel Core i7-8700k processor (has been delid) and the G-Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB memory with clock speed of 4133 MHz (the exact model is: F4-4133C19D-16GTZR ). It is a used set from the first owner who purchased the above-mentioned components two months ago (everything has a shop warranty, except for the processor that was delided - he used liquid metal - Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut, and the processor was already installed in the socket).
    Of course, when transporting components, I removed RAM from the sockets, because of security, but once I've installed them back home, the BIOS resets to the initial settings.

    Go to the particulars when I want to set the XMP profile for memory (2133 MHz by default), the computer is reset, where next on the POST code reader (Q-Code) there is b1. Yes, code b1, no 61. After this code, the computer resets again 3 times and then pops up after starting the computer that a POST error has occurred and to go to the BIOS settings. When I'm in them, I see that clocking has not occurred correctly and everything has returned to factory settings. I have also suggested an overclocking guide from Der8auer, but this does not give positive results. I also changed the memory of A2-B2 slots. Result? Negative.

    I also tried to gradually change the DRAM Voltage between 1.3500v and 1.4000v, and the VCCIO / System Agent Voltage CPU between 1.31v -1.33v // to 2.0v and 2.375v and from the lowest half of 1.15v. but it ended with the same code error.

    BIOS version, under which I performed OC data, is 1003 and 1101, but I did not attempt to 0802.

    Other components are:
    Air Cooling: Cooler Master T4
    GPU: Asus Rog GTX1070 Advanced OC 8GB
    PSU: Corsair CX750M 750W Green edition (NOT GRAY).
    SSD: Crucial MX200 250GB
    HDD: WD Blue 1TB
    Case: NZXT s340 Window Edition

    If I add something to myself, when I chose the day before, the TPU option in the BIOS (TPU 1) alone raised the memory timing to 3733 MHz, but I do not know on what values ​​the other values ​​oscillated + the CPU clock was also increased.

    Thank you all for help, and I apologize for my English.
    Regards!

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