06-01-2022 09:46 AM
06-04-2022 02:00 PM
06-08-2022 10:51 AM
06-08-2022 10:36 PM
Solution was to use only ONE KIT of RAM, not two.
Even if the kits are the same brand, chipset and speed, they cannot run at the kit speed and it got reduced to 4000 ~ 4800 to become stable.
I removed one kit and just let 32 (16x2) DDR5 @ 5600 and it's working perfect now. BSOD are gone.
08-04-2022 06:59 AM
This is my situation:
I own a Maximus Hero Z690, with a i9-12900ks and 64gb RAM 5600 DDR5 Corsair CMT32GX5M2X5600C36 (16x2) x 2 kits (that means all 4 slots used).
09-07-2022 01:49 PM
I did the same thing just yesterday with only difference being CMT32GX5M2X6200C36. Very unstable BSOD randomly especially if tried to run a game. After 5 BSOD I turned off XMP II to test. But I came to same conclusion as you I would rather 32 GB running at 6200 Mhz than 62 GB running at what 3100 Mhz.
The BSOD were so random too.
Anyway you are not alone. I am returning the one kit later today.