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    After bios update 1003, I was able to boot into Windows with XMP I/II profiles of 6000Mhz CL36 4x16GB but would get an error while benchmarking Rise of the Tomb Raider, I have everything maxed out and a resolution of 5120x1440, 240Hz max with vsync off.

    I started messing around with the manual VDD and VDDQ but left everything else on auto, current tweaks are:

    6000MHz
    40-40-40-76 (auto)
    VDD: 1.325
    VDDQ: 1.325

    I tested VDD and VDDQ from 1.260 all the way to 1.325 going up 0.005 every time for each voltage simultaneously. Bios memtest would crash almost right away but until I was able to get at least 30 minutes in, I would then run the benchmark and that would crash after 2 scenes; until I got to 1.325V. I know this is not the best stress test, but at least I am better off than I was a week ago not being able to boot passed 5200MHz.

    Just to stir in more commotion, one kit is from Newegg and the other kit is from Amazon with slightly different part numbers, but GSkill has confirmed they are the same specs (not bins, obviously). By same specs, I mean frequency, latency, and voltage.

    On another note, I was able to pick up a set of Corsair Dominator 2x32GB 5200MHz CL40 and cannot get anything to boot passed other than the default 4000MHz, I did notice that these are not on Asus' list, though the lower latency ones are. Very strange. I will be returning them, such a disappointment, especially for the price. They do look and feel very nice compared to the GSkill. VERY solid heatsinks.

    I am planning on running more test but when I have a lot more time. For now, I will enjoy the "win".

    Good luck out there!

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    Issues since new Bios 1003

    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin7700 View Post
    After bios update 1003, I was able to boot into Windows with XMP I/II profiles of 6000Mhz CL36 4x16GB but would get an error while benchmarking Rise of the Tomb Raider, I have everything maxed out and a resolution of 5120x1440, 240Hz max with vsync off.

    I started messing around with the manual VDD and VDDQ but left everything else on auto, current tweaks are:

    6000MHz
    40-40-40-76 (auto)
    VDD: 1.325
    VDDQ: 1.325

    I tested VDD and VDDQ from 1.260 all the way to 1.325 going up 0.005 every time for each voltage simultaneously. Bios memtest would crash almost right away but until I was able to get at least 30 minutes in, I would then run the benchmark and that would crash after 2 scenes; until I got to 1.325V. I know this is not the best stress test, but at least I am better off than I was a week ago not being able to boot passed 5200MHz.

    Just to stir in more commotion, one kit is from Newegg and the other kit is from Amazon with slightly different part numbers, but GSkill has confirmed they are the same specs (not bins, obviously). By same specs, I mean frequency, latency, and voltage.

    On another note, I was able to pick up a set of Corsair Dominator 2x32GB 5200MHz CL40 and cannot get anything to boot passed other than the default 4000MHz, I did notice that these are not on Asus' list, though the lower latency ones are. Very strange. I will be returning them, such a disappointment, especially for the price. They do look and feel very nice compared to the GSkill. VERY solid heatsinks.

    I am planning on running more test but when I have a lot more time. For now, I will enjoy the "win".

    Good luck out there!

    Followed the thread as I also run 2x16GB Gskill 6000/36 with Z680 Formula.
    I was always able to boot with XMPI or II without issues. But since Bios 1003 I get Game crashes constantly, so almost all games just crash after 5-10 minutes gameplay. Mostly without error description, some with DX issues.
    I now have dieled back momory frequency to 5800 and all seem to work again ( So I kept XMPI setting just dialed back frequency by 200MHz)
    Verry strange...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin7700 View Post
    After bios update 1003, I was able to boot into Windows with XMP I/II profiles of 6000Mhz CL36 4x16GB but would get an error while benchmarking Rise of the Tomb Raider, I have everything maxed out and a resolution of 5120x1440, 240Hz max with vsync off.

    I started messing around with the manual VDD and VDDQ but left everything else on auto, current tweaks are:

    6000MHz
    40-40-40-76 (auto)
    VDD: 1.325
    VDDQ: 1.325

    I tested VDD and VDDQ from 1.260 all the way to 1.325 going up 0.005 every time for each voltage simultaneously. Bios memtest would crash almost right away but until I was able to get at least 30 minutes in, I would then run the benchmark and that would crash after 2 scenes; until I got to 1.325V. I know this is not the best stress test, but at least I am better off than I was a week ago not being able to boot passed 5200MHz.

    Just to stir in more commotion, one kit is from Newegg and the other kit is from Amazon with slightly different part numbers, but GSkill has confirmed they are the same specs (not bins, obviously). By same specs, I mean frequency, latency, and voltage.

    On another note, I was able to pick up a set of Corsair Dominator 2x32GB 5200MHz CL40 and cannot get anything to boot passed other than the default 4000MHz, I did notice that these are not on Asus' list, though the lower latency ones are. Very strange. I will be returning them, such a disappointment, especially for the price. They do look and feel very nice compared to the GSkill. VERY solid heatsinks.

    I am planning on running more test but when I have a lot more time. For now, I will enjoy the "win".

    Good luck out there!
    I have the Corsair Micron 2x32GB 5200MHz CL40, Dell SK Hynix 2x32GB 4800MHz kits and both are working fine in XMP 1 profile on Apex board.

    Not sure which motherboard you have, I have tested the memory preset profiles in BIOS for 2x32GB Micron, Hynix and the pre-set profiles also work fine.

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    XMP Woes

    Joining the party. I’ve navigated through a lot to finally get windows to boot and have a computer that’s somewhat stable but when it starts performing multiple tasks, or even run warzone, windows freezes and it’s because my RGB freaks out. I believe it has something to do with the stability of my trident z5 6000 c40. I’ve dropped as low as 5000MHz and still freeze. Im on the latest bios and will try your settings. I have the formula with a 12900k and a 3090.

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    join the boat,
    i have z690 hero board, with newest bios 1003
    i7 12700kf
    asus ryujin ii 360
    g.skill 6000 cl36 16x2
    msi rtx 3080ti suprim x
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    psu msi 850w gold

    since buy at dec 21 this build always problematic.
    at first i have g.skill f5-6000u3636e16gx2 tz5rk
    if xmp off all running fine, but if xmp 1 or 2 on will experince game crashing under 10 min randomly
    trying use hyperpi and soo much error come out. and i return that ram to seller.
    they offering me to change taht ram to f5-6000j3636f16gx2 tz5rk with i add some extra cash to them because a diffrend price.
    ia ccept it, after few days ram came and i try use it
    xmp off is stable no crash
    xmp1 on is slightly unstable hyperpi can pass 2 times in 8 times testing, memorytest86 pass mem.controler in 1.298v auto
    play game will random crash but take more time than before, its about before 1 hour, sometimes can reach 1 hour.
    xmp2 on is very unstable, because mem.controler only give it 1.101v. play game crash in under 3min. memtest86 error under 2min

    and i try to xmp1 on and i increase mem.controller to 1.37500. it will read 1.368v at the system. beside that all default.
    day 1 with this setting play game is fine. try use hyperpi is pass too.
    but at day 3 it was crash again. this is frustating me soo hard. anyone can help?
    or can this issue fix by next bios release?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AwenMilano View Post
    join the boat,
    i have z690 hero board, with newest bios 1003
    i7 12700kf
    asus ryujin ii 360
    g.skill 6000 cl36 16x2
    msi rtx 3080ti suprim x
    nvme wd black sn850 2tb
    hdd wd black 4tb
    hdd seagate baracuda 8tb
    cooler master cosmos c700m
    psu msi 850w gold

    since buy at dec 21 this build always problematic.
    at first i have g.skill f5-6000u3636e16gx2 tz5rk
    if xmp off all running fine, but if xmp 1 or 2 on will experince game crashing under 10 min randomly
    trying use hyperpi and soo much error come out. and i return that ram to seller.
    they offering me to change taht ram to f5-6000j3636f16gx2 tz5rk with i add some extra cash to them because a diffrend price.
    ia ccept it, after few days ram came and i try use it
    xmp off is stable no crash
    xmp1 on is slightly unstable hyperpi can pass 2 times in 8 times testing, memorytest86 pass mem.controler in 1.298v auto
    play game will random crash but take more time than before, its about before 1 hour, sometimes can reach 1 hour.
    xmp2 on is very unstable, because mem.controler only give it 1.101v. play game crash in under 3min. memtest86 error under 2min

    and i try to xmp1 on and i increase mem.controller to 1.37500. it will read 1.368v at the system. beside that all default.
    day 1 with this setting play game is fine. try use hyperpi is pass too.
    but at day 3 it was crash again. this is frustating me soo hard. anyone can help?
    or can this issue fix by next bios release?

    Set VDD and VDDQ to 1.375, retest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Set VDD and VDDQ to 1.375, retest
    thx, for the advise. i will try it and update later about the result

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    so, I’ve ordered another set of trident z5 6000 c40 but these are J’s instead of U’s. I’m hoping they aren’t Samsung… I’m hoping they run stable. I tried last night with the ones I have at 6000, 5600, and even 5000MHz at VDD/VDDQ/VDDTX/MC at 1.35 and SA at 1.25. No luck. As soon as I launch a game computer freezes and I have to restart. Again everything is stock except for 12900k v cache at -50mV offset for temperature purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverSurfer72 View Post
    Followed the thread as I also run 2x16GB Gskill 6000/36 with Z680 Formula.
    I was always able to boot with XMPI or II without issues. But since Bios 1003 I get Game crashes constantly, so almost all games just crash after 5-10 minutes gameplay. Mostly without error description, some with DX issues.
    I now have dieled back momory frequency to 5800 and all seem to work again ( So I kept XMPI setting just dialed back frequency by 200MHz)
    Verry strange...
    I am oddly enough happy to read the posts in this thread as I too am now in this boat where games are crashing without any good explanation. Lost Ark closing flat out or Windows throwing random memory related blue screens. Memtest ran clean with XMP on earlier. No corruption found in Windows 11. So I removed all XMP, left it at manual stock 4800 with AIOC running. Now it's stable. I might jump back in and up the speeds later this week when I've got more spare time to tweak. It's just a bummer to see a G.Skill DDR5 16x2 kit rated for 6000/CL36 not actually be able to operate at that stable.

    Edit: As others have mentioned, XMP1 clocked down to 5800 seems to be stable.
    Last edited by Cutsman; 02-25-2022 at 03:35 PM.
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    Having also joined this boat just today I'm wondering Cutsman what you (or anyone else) is using to test stability?

    Is it just the inbuilt Memtest or are you running someone else? Or maybe just using the machine...

    I've never really OC'd before - I usually just tell the PC to use XMP and to automatically boost the CPU but I did buy those DDR5 6000 G.Skill modules for a reason.

    Any help appreciated.

    TonyG

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