Can you try to put back the ram into A2 and B2, boot to bios and reset your bios. Try running default setting and play with the same game.
Thanks for your replay. Its now not booting if putted together A2 and B2 showing "Memory Detect" in the small screen. But if put in B2 Just, it works, and reseted the bios, nothing changed.
How about just puting one single ram in A2? will your system boot without error?
Just had this exact same issue. Clearing CMOS only worked if keeping the memory at 4800 MHz. Updating the bios didâ€™t work either. So I removed the dimms. Moved dimm B2 over to A2 left dimm the original A2 off, cleared CMOS again and rebooted. It hung on Memory Detect but eventually went into setup. Reset the XMP profile and save/restart. Suddenly everything is fine. Shut down. Insert original dimm A2 into B2, boot, it hangs on Memory Detect for a few seconds, passes it, does a memory test, then does a restart cycle, Memory Detect again, passes that again, memory test, and finally boots like normal. Something is definitely going on with these boards though. Iâ€™m curious what BIOS version youâ€™re running and if itâ€™s possibly a v1601 error.
BIOS 1601 (Memory Detect Error first occurred)
Maximus Z690 Formula
G.Skill 5600 MHz DDR5 32GBx2
EVGA RTX 3080 10GB
EVGA 1000 G5 PSU*