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2020/03/03 01:41:22 (permalink)
I have acquired several memory modules and was testing them, I have detected that the Patriot Viper 4400 cl19 does not recognize them in its XMP profile as such, but 4133 cl19 does.
Then I have tried two Goodram 3600 cl18 ram modules and I get 0F error, I have made clearcmos, safeboot and I can not boot.
All under bios 1.07 on a EVGA z390 Dark
 
Can someone give me a hand?
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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 01:57:24 (permalink)
    Do not mix modules. Kits are tested together to verify they are compatible. If you are mixing modules from different manufacturers, you are likely running in serious timing issues.

    Test every module 1 at a time, at stock settings only. See if one stick may be bad. Don’t expect much for overclocking (xmp is overclocking) when mixing modules. Even stock speeds will have different timings, so you would have to adjust everything to match the worst module, and it still may not work.

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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 02:12:53 (permalink)
    Of course I'm trying the two kits separately, not mixing them up.

    I have even tried a single module of the 3600 cl18 still giving 0f error.

    With the patriot viper 4400 cl19 it does start but the xmp profile recognizes it as 4133 cl19
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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 11:06:21 (permalink)
    Sounds like the 3600 cl18 kit isn't compatible with the board.

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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 11:14:15 (permalink)
    Sajin
    Sounds like the 3600 cl18 kit isn't compatible with the board.

    Yes, I agree so far, but at least It should be able to run at 2133 mhz
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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 11:26:42 (permalink)
    FranksssssWith the patriot viper 4400 cl19 it does start but the xmp profile recognizes it as 4133 cl19



    Some kits have two XMP profile options......
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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/03/03 11:29:12 (permalink)
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    FranksssssWith the patriot viper 4400 cl19 it does start but the xmp profile recognizes it as 4133 cl19



    Some kits have two XMP profile options......


    Both show 4133 MHz, I tested it

    In the end the only solution is to manually upload to 4400 but there is still a problem with Goodram and that they don't run at least at 2133 MHz, they should.
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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/08/08 16:33:02 (permalink)
    Almost tempted to say this Patriot 4400 memory is bad. Can't get both XMP's to be even remotely stable on a 2-DIMM Z490 board.
    No problems with other kits.

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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/08/09 00:42:48 (permalink)
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    Almost tempted to say this Patriot 4400 memory is bad. Can't get both XMP's to be even remotely stable on a 2-DIMM Z490 board.
    No problems with other kits.

    They could be, or it could be your IMC cant handle the speed/voltage. It could be that it can, but its testy and it needs to be manually voltage adjusted and the ram sticks have to be manually setup with voltage,timings at Command rate of 2. IMO, XMP is garbage and i only use it for a boot, if that. I certainly wouldnt rely on it giving me a stable setup 24/7.

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    Re: Problems with the Patriot Viper XMP and does not recognize Goodram 3600 cl18 2020/08/09 01:17:37 (permalink)
    Bepzinky
    Almost tempted to say this Patriot 4400 memory is bad. Can't get both XMP's to be even remotely stable on a 2-DIMM Z490 board.
    No problems with other kits.



    It may be necessary to increase the VCCSA/VSA and VCCIO voltages to around 1.2-1.3V (like I have to with my board)..You can change that in EVGA ELEET or in BIOS (preferably)..If the BIOS has MRC Fast Boot somewhere in the Memory section, you should enable that (like I have to with my board), otherwise, maybe enable Fast Boot/Ulta Fast Boot in the Boot options..Of course that RAM may not be compatible with that board.

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