FYI - I was able to pass MemTest86 numerous times with XMP enabled, but as soon as I tried running Windows I started getting all kinds of blue screens. When I disabled XMP, Windows was totally stable.
I've always used XMP I profile ever since 10900k. I've never used XMP II. I'm not even sure what the difference is between them.
Silent Scone@ROG wrote:
This is because Memtest86 has limited scope when it comes to testing memory stability outside of Windows, and should really be used to test if sticks are faulty or not, without XMP or any overclocking active.
I still recommend Karhu Ram Test, however, there are other options available.
Hello, the difference is the same as it was on older platforms. XMP1, every time a board is validated, this profile is the one used by the memory vendor and ASUS.
XMP2 is the default DIMM profile. These settings are not validated, so mileage will vary depending on the kit and CPU.
i have the Z690 -A Gaming Wifi D4,but i cant find the VDD, VDDQ voltage and the System Agent Voltage Settings in the bios Settings (Bios V.0808)