Hello from Germany (in case of language-related errors, now you know why )
I have Problems using the xmp-settings on said MoBo... in general, i am not sure if i have to "activate" the xmp-profile in the uefi to be able to use it, but as far as google got me til now, that is what i have to do, else i just run my ram at ddr3-1333.
so i entered uefi, opened ddr3-configuration and changed the xmp-profile from "AUTO" to "Profile 1", after the ram shown in the uefi changed from DDR3-1333 to DDR3-1866.
mission accomplished... is what i thought...
when my system rebooted, following error occured:
(i just post the link this way since the picture is quite big...
i changed it back to the profile "AUTO" and reboot worked... tried to figure out what BAD_POOL_CALLER was, but only when i change the profile the bluescreen occured when booting, so i blame the ram (and the profile). do i have to change some settings in this preset profile? if i had to, the whole idea of xmp would be useless, at least as far as i figured out what xmp should do.
the used ram even is listed in the memory support list of my MoBo, ( a reason why i chose this ram) this even makes this error more irritating to me
ASRock Z68 Pro3 memory support list
I really would like to get more than the DDR3-1333 out of my DDR3-1866 ram sticks, even if it is not even that noticable
motherboard: ASRock Z68 Pro3
CPU: I5 2500k
Graphic: Geforce gtx 570
and i would like to have 4 x 4GB of said Division 2 Viper Extreme as 1866 and not 1333
i hope you guys can help me, or show me some alternatives (like manual settings, which i still would like to avoid), or just tell me what i did wrong.
thanks in advance!