I have "a feeling" that you do not have a problem with BSOD
If you do not have problems with BSOD, set RAM configuration as follows :
1. Load bios default settings and then boot..
2. Check the CPU, factory settings i5-4670K 3.4-3.8 GHz, use CPU-Z v.165 / 1.66.1 zip, english...
3. Restart, BIOS, set :
- XMP 1/2 etc, all = AUTO
- DRAM Volatge (update manually) 1.500 V, max 1.555 V (lower is better).
- DRAM Frequency (update manually) 1333 MHz
- Do not change the latency or other things
, all AUTO
- Save and exit
- cpu-z/memory/dram frequency : 666
After this just push the DRAM frequency from 1333 up to 1600 (save,exit,cpu-z : 800 etc).
Now it becomes a thorny
Your DRAM is not 1866MHz, it is SPD Speed 1333/SPD Latency 9-9-9-24
.It means that 1866MHz you have to achieved through overclocking Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
DRAM SPD Speed=default boot.
SPD is a memory hardware feature that makes it possible for the computer to know what memory is present, and what timings to use to access the memory.
For example,G.Skill F3-2400C9D-8GTXD have a SPD Speed = 1600 MHz.
Now, when all this we know, push the DRAM frequency from 1600 up to 1866 MHz, save and exit.
After this you should see your actual (REAL) latency of the DRAM, CPU-Z/Memory...
If you elevate the RAM frequency (ex.1866), the less will be the clock speed of the CPU.
So, if you plan to overclock your processor, return back RAM to 1333 MHz - 9-9-9-24 (bios default).
How to properly configure the SSD as boot drive and HDD as storage drive :
BEGINNER'S GUIDE to Overclocking your RAM ;