Arne Saknussemm wrote:
The first place I would look when I hear this kind of thing is the PSU or the RAM.
The RAM kit you list is a 16GB kit...are you running two different kits to get 32GB?
Also, of course the first step in troubleshooting is to clear CMOS and run at F5 defaults...see if the RAM works at 2133...then OC ram...i.e. set XMP...don't OC CPU in any testing.
Not sure if self test is worth much for a PSU...if you have access to a different PSU I'd try it out....
Silent Scone wrote:
Arne is alluding to the overclock being the issue with your memory.
You would need to test at complete default values with all the memory populated. This includes leaving the memory at stock (2133). At those speeds <3000>, it's likely the memory won't be stable when combining the kits. The rated timings and voltages get thrown out the window as soon as you double the density...
It's all here: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57
Testing at stock is the first thing you want to be doing before running out and buying a new PSU.