03-23-2023 05:03 AM
My system parts Asus Rog Strix X670E-F + Amd 7900X3D + Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 4x32GB 6000MHz (CMH64GX5M2B6000Z40).
By default it runs at 3600 MHz. When I activate Expo, the computer does not boot.
I tried installed bios versions 0808, 0925 and 1003.
I set the memory speed to 4800MHz, after a few tries it turned on, but it gave a blue screen and turned off.
I expect 3-4 minutes to boot after each bios process.
How can I run these memories at 6000 mhz?
03-23-2023 11:39 AM - edited 03-27-2023 05:59 PM
It seems to me that recently Corsair published rams for amd ddr5 4x16gb 5600 mhz maximum for AM5 cards / and for Intel Corsair published rams ddr5 4x16gb 6600mhz maximum for LGA 1700 cards
03-24-2023 12:20 AM
It says in the product properties that it supports it.
4 x DIMMs, Max. 128GB, DDR5 6400+(OC)/6200(OC)/ 6000(OC)/ 5800(OC)/ 5600(OC)/ 5400(OC)/ 5200/ 5000/ 4800 ECC andNon-ECC, Un-buffered Memory*
Dual Channel Memory Architecture
Supports AMD EXTended Profiles for Overclocking (EXPO™)
* Supported memory types, data rate(Speed), and number of DRAM module vary depending on the CPU and memory configuration, for more information refer to www.asus.com for memory support list.
* Non-ECC, Un-buffered DDR5 Memory supports
On-Die ECC function
03-27-2023 12:53 PM - edited 03-27-2023 12:53 PM
am5 officially supports 5200 mhz ddr5 with TWO sticks of ram. With FOUR sticks of ram officially supported speeds are 3600mhz. 6000mhz is an overclock. You are placing additional strain on the memory controller with each stick of ram. then trying to overclock it to boot. best case scenario is you MIGHT be able to get 4800-5200 if you work out some manual timings.
if you want 6000mhz and expo to work get rid of 2 sticks of ram. good luck.