02-12-2023 06:35 AM
03-26-2023 09:12 PM
I also bought initially 128 gigabytes of memory for this motherboard. Again, asus, as usual, did not test the Kingston Fury DDR5-6000 32768MB PC5-48000 Beast AM5 1Rx8 Black (KF560C36BBE-32) memory on the AMD motherboard, moreover, there are no 32 GB modules tested in 4 slots at once, so they are like they usually lie about the normal support of 128 GB of RAM, since there is no testing of such a memory amount in their list at all. I was forced to leave only 64 GB of RAM so far, since it works stably even on 6400 in two slots for bios 0925
03-27-2023 03:47 AM
There's a few things at play here.
1) You've got two RAM kits installed. As in, four sticks from two seperate boxes. This is never a guaranteed success.
2) You are using RAM not listed in the QVL.
Your BSOD's are most likely from unstable RAM. Download MemTest86 and follow the install instructions. You boot from a USB drive it creates and will run a lengthy test on your RAM. I believe you will see hundreds/thousands of errors almost immediately -- and if you get just one error in MemTest, that's an unstable system.
So you have two options:
1) Use one kit, but only 64GB (return the other)
2) Return both kits and find a single 128GB kit (or maybe even a 192GB kit now that the HD RAM is support in 1003 BIOS)