All right great, now you can begin tweaking the voltages again. If you were at least able to boot to windows with your ram at 3200MHz it sounds like you are almost there. Don't be discouraged, this is the fun of learning how to tweak your system and once you got it, you got it.
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Here is a guide by Chino a member here on the forum it is for the rampage v extreme (X99) and 128GB 2666MHz which you can follow the same for your 64GB 3200MHz kit. You won't have to update the bios.
Let us know if this helps you.
Thank you for the update
The Tweak option at the Top of Dram Timing Control can help with compatibility or overclocking, since we are in a sense overclocking you could try Maximus Tweak Mode 2.
Maximus Tweak Mode 1 - Helps with compatibility
Maixmus Tweak Mode 2 - Helps with overclocking
Were you able to get your ram to 3200MHz?
I would suggest letting everything at defaults and work with getting the ram stable, once you get the ram stable then overclock your cpu. With the ez tune and presets its hit or miss it's best to overclock your cpu manually, I'll take it you have the 6900k. 🙂
There are some settings for the ram in DiGi+ you can try too:
Dram current current capability - 130% - 140%
Dram power phase - Extreme
I've never gone over 1.30v with the cpu system agent voltage but apparently 1.368v is safe, I've had my HyperX Predator Dram voltage to 1.50v which is safe.
You could try the Dram voltage at 1.40v - 1.45v then if it still doesn't want to go raise the cpu vccio and cpu system agent voltages, 1.368v is pretty high for the cpu system agent voltage and they're only using 32GB 3200MHz cl 14, I'm pretty sure the cpu system agent voltage only goes to 1.40v and I wouldn't take it there.
So after seeing your overclocking article you could try the Dram voltage at 1.40v - 1.45v then if needed try the cpu system agent voltage 1.25v - 1.30v - 1.35v - 1.368v. You can fine tune it in .01v increments when you get it to boot.
How does this work ?