The Kingston DDR3 1866 HX318C10FB/8 supports XMP.-JLio01 said:It should under BIOS--OC--Extreme Memory Profile (XMP).
-I have no other memory to test. (I've tried one stick at a time, same results)JLio01 said:Can you try different memory? What's your ME version? Did you try clear CMOS?
http://www.kingston.com/en/hyperx/memory/dual_channel takes you to:JLio01 said:I just searched this ram on Kingston, but I don't see this ram supports XMP???
I think you are right after all. I will contact kingston about this. Thanks.JLio01 said:I think you should check this one...and it says "up to 1866MHz"
Or..you can contact Kingston.
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I have two packs of 1. I think the problem is they use "HyperX PnP" and have no real XMP support.badboy2k said:you are missing the XMP option as it should be between the DRAM Frequancy and Memory Try it! sections in OC menu!
i have a question for you! are the 2 sticks you have a KIT of 2X8GB from a single pack or are they 2 single sticks from 2 packs of 1?