i suspect they wouldnt be stable in any case. unless you have a huge wallet and pay asus for a special bios just like world champion overclocker use.. lol
I'm picking one up as soon as it becomes available. I've tried 2 Dual kits and it wasn't stable at all sadly.
your probably going to have to run extremely high 1.24 on the SOC for it to supply the bridge between ram and cpu. ive seen it run upto 1.25 but i dunno if he still has a mobo or cpu still working heh.. you may get away with 1.193 or 1.2 but i dont know.
Can some one help me, will this bios 1403 help with getting my ram ADATA XPG Z1 run four sticks of 4g of ddr4 ram ? I have been having this issue since launch and was told it would work and the update should help. Also, does it mater what the chipset drive program is used??
Most XPG Z1 4x4 kits run at their rated speeds (< 3200MHz); what issue are you having - and if you haven't updated the BIOS to a newer AGESA, I would definitely recommend doing so. Only one way to find out!
need info.. what mobo , what ram sticks . need the numbers. post your info so we can help. i cant tell you to set up voltages if your mobo dont have the options..
Its a hero crosshair 6 hero ADATA XPG Z1 the stick are 4 sticks of ddr4 ram was told they ryn at 3200 by adata i run them at 2600 hundred.
So what happens is when I put all four sticks in it will run at 2600 but then would at one point say memory leak. SO I took out two sticks and it ran fine at 2600 with only two of the 4 ddr 4 sticks. So Iam hoping with this update I can finally get it up to 16 gigs of ddr 4 and clockit at 3200 if possible.
well set your SOC voltage and maybe you get them going. have you done everything mentioned yet. did you flash bios. ?????? whats going on did you get done yet?