If you did a windows UEFI install "windows boot manager" should be set as boot priority 1.
Setting the cpu fan to ignore is good and you can control it with the corsair link software.
You can use XMP or set your ram manually and to get 64GB stable at 3200MHz you'll likely need to rasie the cpu vccio voltage and cpu system agent voltage. It varies from cpu to cpu but generally setting both to 1.15v - 1.25v works well.
Start with both the cpu vccio and cpu system agent voltages at 1.15v and increase in increments of .01v up to 1.25v as needed.
Is your ram a single 64GB kit or are you using two 32GB kits? If you purchased a single 64GB kit this is good, combining memory kits even of the same specs can give you problems especially with XMP and you'll want to try setting your ram manually.
64GB of 3200MHz ram is not plug and play and you will need to raise the voltages I mentioned above, the cpu vccio voltage and cpu system agent voltage are located on the extreme tweaker tab.
Try both at 1.15v and see if it goes, if you still get the overclocking failed message keep raising them .01v, so next would be trying them both at 1.16v, 1.17v, 1.18v up to 1.25v until it boots.
Let me know what you end up with. 🙂
No problem please ask all the questions you have.
Enabling XMP sets your ram its rated specs, it sets the frequency, voltage and timings but it's easy to set your ram manually too.
Set the vccio and cpu system agent voltages to 1.15v then enable XMP and hit F10 and Enter to save and exit. If you still get the overclocking failed message keep raising these voltages .01v up to 1.25v until it boots.
To set your ram manually:
1) AI Overclock Tuner - Manual
2) Dram Frequency - 3200MHz
3) Dram voltage - 1.35v
4) CPU VCCIO voltage - 1.15v
5) CPU System Agent voltage - 1.15v
Go to Dram Timing Control and at the very top enter in the first 4 timings of your ram kit and set command rate to 2. The timings can be found on the box they came in and on each stick.
Again if it doesn't go, raise the cpu vccio and cpu system agent voltages .01v up to 1.25v until it boots.
Yes please post your results. 🙂
Yeah anything over 2133MHz on the ram is considered overclocked. 🙂