A little new to this... but I just built a Ryzen 5950x on a ROG Dark Hero board with 128GB (4x32) of G.Skill Trident Z Neo (F4-3200C16Q-128GTZN), and I'm still within the return window on the parts. I originally was using DOCP/XMP settings, but ultimately went back to the motherboard's safe defaults. Even though it boots fine, and loads Win10, etc. I was still getting a very occasional BSOD.
I investigated with memtest86 boot disk and found reports of 50 or so errors on the test #2 and #3 (and I stopped there). I downloaded the DRAM Calculator to see if I could figure out some better timings, but I didn't see the 5950x in the processor drop down, nor did I know how to set the memory type, pcb revision, etc. for this ram.
Could anyone point me to some steps I might take to solve this or properly use the DRAM Calculator? I was sure I could get this working on DOCP (but couldn't) and then when the safe defaults didn't work, I was really baffled!
P.S. I also have an unopened G.Skill Trident Z Neo (F4-3600C18Q-128GTZN), but I didn't want to open it unless someone thinks it might solve the problem. I live far from the nearest MicroCenter, but these are the only two 128GB kits they carry. G.Skill support seems to think that either should work.
Thanks SO MUCH for any help or advice you all can send my way. (Also, is there a good discord board where you all IM about such stuff?) Many thanks!