My apologies for my tardiness, but as they say "Better late than never!!!"
Nice, when you bought them?
I'm very angry on ASUS because they are not capable to find ROG/TUF Universal VGA Holder and deliver to their distributors in countries where customers want to buy them.
I need one of these.
They build them and put in package with some motherboards. 50% of customers don't use them and ASUS can't sell to people who need.
I purchased the board from ebay, it was brand new and never used, I got it for a very good price so I'm happy with it. The lighting is amazing and I just love the EK Monoblock for it. I've had RVE's before so its not too unfamiliar to me. Sadly I've got a couple of bugs with it, I updated the BIOS to 2102 and have gotten the RAM trainer bug with the D1 slot not being recognised. I've just upgraded to 32GB of Trident Z RAM from 16Gb of Ripjaws4, but I only get 24GB recognised. Also I am unable to OC my 5930K at all, so I'm looking to buy a 9900K very soon. Hopefully with those upgrades I will see this board shine a lot more. Are the BWE chips still OCable or has that been killed off by Intel/MS???
i9-9900K is not compatible with Rampage V Edition 10.
You can buy i7-5960X, i7-6900K or i7-6950X.
Your problem is only matter of settings and optimization.
If every DIMM slots and RAM work then only should be tweak properly.
If you update BIOS you should do that with ASUS BIOS Flashback process.
Exaplanation you can find online.
I have same board, same monoblock but 16GB DDR4 2666MHz and i7-5820K.
You should try to install RAM and in other DIMM on motherboard, grey then black.
Off course XMP is useless. Try to Clear CMOS and flashback on some previous version of BIOS. I have 1903 version and not plan to update.
RAM shouls be set manually and saved after every setting change. First frequency then timmings if you want to change timmings, depend of kit and frequency.
I can bet everything could work properly and on your board.
I used the Asus BIOS flashback utility and have tried several other versions, but sadly nothing has worked. I have cleared the CMOS many, many times and performed a fresh install of W10 when I first installed this board. I've searched on-line for solutions and tried loads but nothing seems to work sadly. I'll try moving the RAM sticks around and see what that does?
I purchased a 6900K a week ago and after some extensive tweaking I now have it OCd to 4400MHz @ 1.35V. Which I'm very happy about, as my games run real smooth with these upgrades. I still can't fix that D1 RAM slot not working tho sadly. I'm still working on it so hopefully I'll find a solution........
I hope you could use quad channel in black if not in grey slots.
I'm was happy with Rampage V Extreme my previous mobo and Rampage V E10 my motherboard at the moment.
Yes I would like to switch on X299 but I can't afford that at the moment and need to wait better times and DDR5.
Maybe If I win some X299 mobo on giveaways.
Then I could sell my mobo and CPU and pay 100-200euro for some cheaper version of Cascade Lake-X and I could use my memory.
I would be satisfied with 2666MHz 16GB even on newest platforms.