the board does not start after the "reboot" command from under windows 11, showing the code "00". But after a complete shutdown, the start is normal.
ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR X670E HERO bios 1101
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D
2xKingston Fury Beast 32GB DDR5 6000 MHz AMD EXPO (KF560C36BBE-32)
That looks very good and I would go with that.
You're not going to get 128GB of memory to boot at 6000MHz, this is out of the realm of what can be expected.
The solution I see for you is...
Return a kit of memory and roll back to a bios that was stable with 64GB 6000MHz. Then, just check periodically for newer updates.
I have been doing this since purchase. I put aside 2 modules in a box and work on 64 for now, but with each new BIOS I periodically check whether 128 will start ;(
On 1101 - the last bios, the preload with two modules stopped working, but I rolled back to 1004 and for now I'm on it
You won't get 128GB to 6000MHz, no matter the bios version.
You could get a good chunk of money back by returning a kit. Since the kit you're using now seems to be working really well, return the other one.
Check with the store you purchased it from, they should have a return policy.
I will be glad if all 128 GB will be launched at least on 4800, 5200, 5600 $) And even the time has ended according to which, according to the law of our country, I could return it back to the store
Sorry to hear, that's unfortunate.
So, since you're basically stuck with it, you can try manually tuning 128GB.
With your pc shut down and 128GB installed, turn the psu switch on, press and hold the clear cmos button for a second or two then release and start your pc. The clear cmos button is located on the back of the I/O panel, it's the one with a green circular arrow.
How does this go?
I'll try on Monday when the PCI-E USB 3.2 gen 2x2 expansion board arrives and the new NH-D15S thermal paste arrives, because to try all 4 slots again I have to dismantle the huge D15S air cooler, which takes a long time. I'll post the results here. My last attempt to run 4 sticks on bios 1004 was last week and did not lead to success, but on Monday I will try again
Ok, it's possible you might get 128GB of memory to work, but at a much lower frequency.
Clearing the cmos resets the bios to default settings, I have my fingers crossed it boots.
This fixed my 1101 bios version not being able to reboot/restart from windows or pressing the reset button. - https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/11y4zei/i_found_a_fix_for_am5_users_having_expo_profile/