03-09-2023 02:18 PM
03-09-2023 10:06 PM
03-10-2023 03:48 PM
03-30-2023 05:51 PM
Did you ever find a fix for this? I’m also running a very similar setup only with 128GB of the F5-6400J3239G32GX2-RS5K. I’m rolling back to 0813 after reading this.
03-15-2023 08:31 PM
03-26-2023 01:16 PM
I have a nearly Identical system however I'm having issues when attempting to update the ME, I'm getting an error saying the driver doesn't exist. Have you seen this before and if so was there an easy way to correct this? I've tried manually installing the driver but keep. getting the error when running the updater.
03-26-2023 01:55 PM
Figured this out, another application was blocking my update for the driver.
4 weeks ago
I have identical system running 128 Gskill 6400 and get the same error message when trying to update the ME. Could you share which application was blocking you from the install?
a month ago
I saw that a newer BIOS was released, so I updated to 904 (and the new ME). My RAM is operating as well as it was with 813 now. So whatever was changed in 904 it resolved my problem. With a little more tweaking, I've got the RAM running stable @ 5400 MHz now. I guess that's about as high as I can to bump the frequency with 4 sticks. Close enough for now.
3 weeks ago
I have the following config:
CPU: Intel Core i9-13900K - 125.6%
GPU: Nvidia RTX 4090 - 375.9%
SSD: Corsair MP600 GS 1TB - 381.2%
SSD: ST8000NM017B-2TJ103 8TB - 44.1%
SSD: Corsair MP600 GS 1TB - 415%
RAM: Kingston KF556C40-32 4x31.8GB - 159%
MBD: Asus ROG MAXIMUS Z790 HERO
Win 11 Pro 64 bir latest updates, latest drivers
I am on the latest BIOS, tried everything but after some time still get BSOD , I don't want to overclock or anything , Tried XMP1 setting uped voltage of RAM , no luck. I suspect RAM tuning need to be done, but I am no HW engineer . Anyone fixed this issue yet?