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xmp makes my pc bootloop

Nibls
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when i put my memory in dual channel it boots fine then i enable xmp p1 witch is 3600mhz my pc doesnot boot for around 5 minutes then it boots with reset bios 2400mhz

when i put on p2 3000mhz my pc boots just fine i dont know why when i have just 1 stick or 2 but not dual channel i can boot with 3600mhz fust fine 

my mobo is b66m ds3h ram kingston rury blast 3600mhz 2x8gb and cpu i5 12500

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I know the ram says it will run at 3600mhz but sometimes the controller can't handle it. Just like how Jazytwocents has a ballistics DDR4 rated at 5000mhz he could only get it running at around 4000mhz I want to say... Enable the xmp and back it off a step or 2 to like 3400mhz and if that doesn't work go even further. 

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Latest bios?

I am not allowed to have my PC specs in my signature.

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1 hour ago, FalseControl said:

I know the ram says it will run at 3600mhz but sometimes the controller can't handle it. Just like how Jazytwocents has a ballistics DDR4 rated at 5000mhz he could only get it running at around 4000mhz I want to say... Enable the xmp and back it off a step or 2 to like 3400mhz and if that doesn't work go even further. 

It worked at 3600 before and now when i have it at 3000 my pc is turning on slower and if i go single channel i can go up to 3800mhz

I dont tho

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55 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Latest bios?

Think so just bought the pc

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11 minutes ago, Nibls said:

Think so just bought the pc

If you haven't flashed, you don't have the latest. Don't think, check.

I am not allowed to have my PC specs in my signature.

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