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    TUF GAMING Z690-PLUS - DDR5 Stability

    Hello all,

    i have here shared my set-up https://valid.x86.fr/xqy5xy, now after bios update to the last verision im facing a lot of problems on stability of my ram, also 4800 are impossible to use seems right now.
    Any suggest? With the previous bios i was stable on XMP1 with 1.25 V, now also using more voltage still unstable

    Any idea? Thank you all

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    I have the DDR4 version of that motherboard and same problem happened after updating to the 2001 and 2013 bios, my 4400mhz was working fine, not anymore and can't rollback.

    Asus just couldn't care less it seems... send support an email, hopefully a bot won't reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaedex View Post
    I have the DDR4 version of that motherboard and same problem happened after updating to the 2001 and 2013 bios, my 4400mhz was working fine, not anymore and can't rollback.

    Asus just couldn't care less it seems... send support an email, hopefully a bot won't reply.
    hi, well i have already asked and they just say, that mobo didn't support my ram cause are not in the list... i really can't undestand how quad channel are available for this enviroment but ARE NOT SUPPORTED, they are just joking with end users i guess

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    any support guys? ty much

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    I've heard very little bad news about BIOS 2103 generally. Are you using 4 sticks of RAM by any chance?
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array JohnAb PC Specs
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    Looks like you are using 4x 8GB. I don't have a good answer for you, but the majority of RAM problems seem to be with 4 sticks. Rather than start pulling sticks and swapping them about at this stage (or pushing the voltage too high), I would be tempted to wait for the next BIOS update. Fingers crossed. Must be frustrating. To be honest, running your memory at lower speed won't make a huge difference in overall performance, but I understand the frustration It is probably more likely to be the BIOS rather than a hardware fault, that's why I suggest waiting a bit longer before doing too much. There are plenty of people on here that have solved RAM issues and know more about that than me, so hopefully you will get a helpful suggestion soon.
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    As long your 4 stick of ram come with a single package (quad pair). 2 different set of ram even with the same model and spec will be very uncertain in performance and stability.

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    Hello, i have updated the bios with the last version :

    https://www.asus.com/it/motherboards...MING-Z690-PLUS

    2204 but still difficult to find a stability with XMP1 or XMP2, any of you guys try to find a solution?

    Also i have found this video to that helps me a lot, but seems not valid anymore unfortunatly

    https://youtu.be/1KZFeE-o3jo

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