Originally Posted by ThrashZone
Quite a few people complain about asus's crap memory compatibility data they put on boards
Maybe they will start manufacturing memory someday to backup their false data
Usually 2x8gb is the sweet pot where 4x8gb is no way Jose going to work at anything over 3600
I think you should probably stop spreading misinformation.
4x8GB @ 4266 on the Formula XI.
Anything over 4000MHz requires both a reasonable IMC and a methodical approach to memory tuning. VCCSA and VCCIO can often need to be tuned incrementally, I had this discussion recently with another user who was proclaiming that more is always better on these rails. Signal rails come down to an alignment issue, so this is often not the case at all. Some CPU will not like more than 1.35v, either.
Last edited by Silent Scone; 03-15-2019 at 05:55 AM.