Overthrow wrote:From your post looks like you have (2) dual kits. Mixing 2 kits is not recommended and may cause incompatibility / instability. Manual tweaking most likely will be required with no guarantee that rated speed will be obtained. Suggest you put (1) matched kit in slots A1/B1 the other in A2/B2...instead of XMP choose manual ...set dram voltage to 1.4v...set frequency to 4133mhz...set VCCIO to 1.25v and VCCSA to 1.29v....set dram timing to 19/19/39/2T ( as I believe that is what your kit is )...set dram current capability to 130%...reboot...you may get a double boot...it's normal....memory training ...see if that helps
I am unable to achieve stability with 4 modules of G.Skill F4-4133C19D-16GTZR in the Asus Maximus X hero
Values start without error Q-code:
I am using high values because with low values it does not start but it generates me random BSOD
I do not understand how to overclock the memories over mine with inferior kits and I can not get stability with faster kits. I do not get it
it does not work
I have to lower them to 4000mhz, with vdram to 1.4v and with VCCIO and VCCSA to 1.32v
By the way, what is memory training?
Overthrow wrote:What bios version are you running ?
ok I understand.
with a single module introduced in the second slot does not work with the default values either.
with two of the same lot in slots 2 and 4 either.
or under speed or there is no way
I have tried to reset bios and go testing module to module without OC. Of the four modules, only 1 has worked with the default xmp profile. With two modules gives the error D5 or AC and you have to upload it to 1.45v. I have the 4 modules at 4141mhz with 1.51v vdram. I do not know if it will be stable. I have this data collected from applications but I do not know where to configure them: