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Re: Z690 Classified max stable memory Frequency 2023/03/08 22:10:20 (permalink)
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Any tips on getting the G.Skill F5-8000J3848H16GX2 stable with the 13700K? I'm struggling with this mem kit. XMP doesn't boot into bios at all. I can only get into bios and windows at 5800 right now.


2.09 BIOS was supposed to help with memory.

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Thank you for this information. In your testing with Alderlake what was your best result with Hynix M with all 4 DIMMs populated? If you have not tested this setup are you willing to conduct some testing? I am running a i9-12900K with 4x16 G.Skill XMP CL32 6000mhz F5-6000J3238F16GX2-TZ5RK. I would really appreciate some help in getting as close to 6000mhz as possible. Currently with my limited knowledge of Alderlake and DDR5 I cannot get higher than 5200mhz stable with just XMP timings and voltages. I have seen multiple examples of ASUS boards achieving this with XMP settings on 4 DIMMs  so I know it is possible but may just be a limitation of this EVGA product more than capabilities of the IMC necessarily.
 
PS. I am not sure of what I did but I did get a successful post at 6000mhz across 4 DIMMs once but was unable to replicate it because after I reset to go back into the bios I ended up in a postcode 54 loop.



With the latest 2.09 BIOS for the classified I have 4 DIMMs running at 6000 with XMP. Bought two of this kit
https://www.newegg.com/g-...1?Item=N82E16820374351
 

13900k on a Z690 Classified w/ 4090 FE
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Re: Z690 Classified max stable memory Frequency 2023/03/20 04:37:15 (permalink)
Hi guys.
I decided not to create a stupid topic, but to ask a question here.
And i need 4 pieces of ddr5 (RGB) for my motherboard (Z690 Classified) and 13600k. The frequency is 6000.
Adata XPG Caster RGB (AX5U6000C4016G-dccargy) will work?
Does anyone know any other options (16x4), which will definitely work at a frequency of 6000?
P.S.
I really like the Corsair Dominator Platinum (CMT32GX5M2X6000C36). But it's surprisingly expensive. I don't even know why it's so expensive.
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Re: Z690 Classified max stable memory Frequency 2023/03/20 15:50:17 (permalink)
Kq Akeno
Hi guys.
I decided not to create a stupid topic, but to ask a question here.
And i need 4 pieces of ddr5 (RGB) for my motherboard (Z690 Classified) and 13600k. The frequency is 6000.
Adata XPG Caster RGB (AX5U6000C4016G-dccargy) will work?
Does anyone know any other options (16x4), which will definitely work at a frequency of 6000?
P.S.
I really like the Corsair Dominator Platinum (CMT32GX5M2X6000C36). But it's surprisingly expensive. I don't even know why it's so expensive.


this is the best option 
Hynix A-die, im pretty sure it can run 6400 stable on classified with 4x16
G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin PC RAM DDR5 6400 Desktop Memory Model F5-6400J3239G16GX2-TZ5RS - Newegg.com
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Re: Z690 Classified max stable memory Frequency 2023/03/20 23:59:03 (permalink)
 
Thanks for the reply.
I thought about this RAM, but didn't like their appearance. This memory is narrow at the top and wide at the bottom.
post edited by Kq Akeno - 2023/03/21 00:01:39
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