11-27-2022 10:22 AM
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11-28-2022 08:51 AM
I have the exact same Setup like ILY3SS59:
MOTHERBOARD : ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME (BIOS V2103)
CPU : i9 12900k
DRAM : G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 64 Go (2 x 32 Go) DDR5 6000 MHz CL30 (F5-6000J3040G32GX2-TZ5RK)
First I had the Kingston Fury Beast 32 Go (2 x 16 Go) DDR5 5200 MHZ CL40. It worked with XMP I without problem.
After a few Months i changed to the mentioned new G.Skill DDR5.
I used XMP I and it worked since day 1 without a freeze, slowdown or any problem.
Maybe a faulty Ram-Bank on the motherboard or a faulty Memory Stick?
I had BIOS 2103 on it and NOT reseted settings after change of the RAM
Hope it helps. If u (or other user) have specific questions to the setup or settings,
dont hesitate to contact me directly or via reply here in this thread
11-29-2022 01:49 AM
I'm also trying to make a buying decision between Gskill 64gb 6000Mhz or Gskill 32gb 6600Mhz, both are on QVL. Have you had a chance to run this kit at and higher frequency as stable?
12-26-2022 12:16 PM
I was able to run a G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 2 x 16GB, 6400 MHz, DDR5, CL32 under XMP I as stable thru benchs (FFXIV Bench 6.0 - 4K Max)
No tweaks / no changes in OC manually (like voltage, etc.).
Important to say, that I tested under Bios 2103 and that I never tried out XMP II (since it worked flawlessly under XMP I).
My decision was based on my needs aka better results on the game I play. The winner was CLEARLY the G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 2 x 32GB, 6000 MHz, DDR5, CL30.
For my needs CL30 to CL32 > 6000Mhz to 6400Mhz & surely 64GB > 32GB.
Hope that helped on ur decision.
Officially the ROG MAXIMUS Z690 Extreme supports 6400 Mhz native from scratch. Higher ones like 6600 Mhz are either new tested on a Z690
or more of a gamble based on a general list from Intel.
Have all a good day and stay safe ^^
12-27-2022 10:37 AM
first of all I apologize for my language mistakes, English is not my native language.
Since assembling the computer (a few months ago) I had problems with G.Skill RAM (G.Skill Trident F5-6000U3636E16GX2-TZ5K 32GB). It is about the XMP profile after enabling it in the BIOS. As long as the profile is disabled or the profile is enabled but forced "DRAM Frequency" to less than DDR5-6000MTs (5800, 5600), the computer works ok.
However, when XMP1 or XMP2 (DDR5-6000MTs) is enabled, BSODs appear immediately, the browser crashes by itself.
The system also does not pass the stability test (system stress memory) in AIDA64 (the test stops after several seconds) (with DDR5-6000MTs always, with DDR5-5800MTs not always). The PRIME95 program also stops the torture test.
11-28-2022 08:25 AM
I completely aggree with u 😞 But I think you should be sure if your memory kit is working, that's why i suggest you trying to make it work at lower speeds. If it still fails, memory kit can be defective. If not, it will be Asus mainboard's fault at the end since this is a QVL kit which says this kit is tested at 6000Mhz on this board.