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  1. #1
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    VII WiFi 3200mhz+ only working in slot A2/B2?


    I finally figured out why I couldnt run above 3200mhz. I had the 3200C14D from G skill first installed in A1/B1 and couldn't get above 3066 no matter what I tried. I then read a reply on a Asus Maximus board where one said to use A2/B2 as that one did worked for him and got his memory at 3200 and higher. I tried it with mine and Voila , working perfect.

    Is this supposed to be?

    I never had a motherboard before that could only run above 3066 in slot A2/B2

    So is this a faulty motherboard? Bios error? or intended?

  2. #2
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    If you had read the manual you would know Asus recommended using A2 and B2 if you have two ram sticks.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array andyliu PC Specs
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    MotherboardCrosshair VII Hero
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    it's not faulty, it's how it works due to how memory path being mapped out.

    A2 B2 provides the best signal strength for memory when you use 2 dimms

    it is also clear stated in the instruction as well and it's the same for all motherboard vendor.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array pndiode PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)ASUS G752VL-DH71
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    finally figured out why I couldnt run above 3200mhz

    When it comes to reading instructions, manuals or guides ask yourself why you aren’t doing it.

  5. #5
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    Yeah A2/B2 have a higher quality connection to the CPU. This is pretty common in almost all AM4 boards (even Intel ones too), except some like the X370 Hero which runs a T-Topology setup designed to OC 4 DIMMs.

    While the other newer AM4 Heros run regular tracing like all other boards.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Frostie36 PC Specs
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    Is that the flare x kit you're using? I'm running 4 sticks, not a matched set but 2x16gb kits that I brought months apart & they've worked at the rated 3200mhz from day one, first with just the 2 sticks in & then after adding the second pair of sticks on the Ch7 wifi.

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