Originally Posted by drdeathx
Have you called Asus? Perhaps they could shed light
has been worthless for me.
Every support group always thinks the hardware is bad.
I have been dealing with ASUS< Intel and now Corsair on why my P8Z77-V Pro/thunderbolt cannot run the kit Memory CMT32GX3M4X1866C9 *Memory Capacity : 32gb.
Runs 16mb fine!!
I have the latest bios ver 1708 settings, I have a new board (this is my 2nd one because I did have some bent pins on may last one on the cpu socket).
I have tried many different ways. XMP -1333mhz. If I let the MB pick the speed, it picks 1866 mhz but it shows 1867 mhz on the XMP profile1 9-10-9-27 and the memory is at 1.5v, just as the book states.
tell me that my memory frequency supported for my I7 3770k processor is 1600MHz which equals to 800MHz, and I am running it at 1866MHz.
My Corsair memory is designed to operate at 1866MHz but the processor is the one that has the memory controller built in and it will support memory up to 1600MHz. You should load the motherboard defaults and test with the memory leaving it at the defaults. ( I DID THAT AN NO BUENO)
My memory is dual pump, meaning that in your motherboard if you read 800MHz it means that it is working at 1600MHz, if you get it to 933 it means that it is running at 1866MHz.
The Serial Presence Detect (SPD) settings on the memory are 1333MHz that is how you should test them. If it works then you can change it to 1600MHz.
tells me to exchange the memory (RMA) I told them the memory isn't bad because I have swapped them memory around and all Sims work but only in A1 & A2 slot.
However the ASUS MB book stats for 16mb use dimm slots A2 & B2. Mine will not work that way. It only works in A1&A2.
32GB of memory will work with your system, but if you still have problems, you may want to increase the voltage slightly to 1.65 to give the memory controller increase compatibility across all DIMM slots being filled.
This isn't rocket science so has anyone been successful with 32mb?
I am about to clear my CMOS and try again.