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    Training Profile setting in bios. AUTO/STANDARD/ASUS

    Im overclocking my memory and just trying to squeeze a little more performance out of this older trident Z RGB b-die kit and was curious about this setting in the ASUS MAXIMUS 13 HERO BIOS. Training Profile in memory settings has 3 options. AUTO / STANDARD / ASUS.

    I changed it from the default Auto setting to ASUS profile and for the first time ever my PC seemed to boot up immediately which seems very strange?
    Its as if it skipped the memory training altogether? I know this is a fairly new bios setting, at least for me coming from a Z270 to Z590 chipset.

    Doing a search on the internet produced zero results.

    Can somebody please explain to me what this setting (training profile) does exactly? The differences between the 3 options etc?
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array sdmf74 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdmf74 View Post
    Im overclocking my memory and just trying to squeeze a little more performance out of this older trident Z RGB b-die kit and was curious about this setting in the ASUS MAXIMUS 13 HERO BIOS. Training Profile in memory settings has 3 options. AUTO / STANDARD / ASUS.

    I changed it from the default Auto setting to ASUS profile and for the first time ever my PC seemed to boot up immediately which seems very strange?
    Its as if it skipped the memory training altogether? I know this is a fairly new bios setting, at least for me coming from a Z270 to Z590 chipset.

    Doing a search on the internet produced zero results.

    Can somebody please explain to me what this setting (training profile) does exactly? The differences between the 3 options etc?
    Nobody?
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    anyone who can explain?

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    helps train my g.skill royals 32 gb 16gb x 2 4000 c16 @ 4100 c 15 quiker i noticed

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