Originally Posted by Deathtech00
But if you didn't overclock the ram, you *should* be able to apply an OC to the chip without getting a C4 code, right? I am testing different ram tonight, and if that doesn't work I am using a friends power supply to make sure it isn't an issue with power delivery. TeamGroup just requested a copy of diagnostics from CPU-Z (report.txt) so maybe they can help me determine if its a memory chip or not.
Correct. That C4 post code appeared only when applying XMP profile with a moderate oc on my 9600k with an ASRock z390 taichi. Tried same ram in xmp on my older z170 board with similar oc and there was no issue.
My working theory at present is the z390 chipset. And yes I have updated bios to the 4.10 current release.
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