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These kits were purchased new separately, cpu-z reports the same as bios in 2 separate systems. Ive not been able to read xmp 2.0 settings in bios or cpu-z.1. Are these matched kits or purchased separately?
2. Did you buy these new or used?
3. What does your BIOS list for XMP 1 and XMP 2 settings?
Try with only 1 kit installed to see if the BIOS matches the sticker, then swap kits and check again. My guess is one of them could be incorrect giving a bad reading in CPU-Z. (Assuming you have 4 sticks, 2 kits here) You could also check the sticks one at a time to find out what you truly have. Since you purchased them new you should be able to exchange them if they are not reading/working correctly.These kits were purchased new separately, cpu-z reports the same as bios in 2 separate systems. Ive not been able to read xmp 2.0 settings in bios or cpu-z.
Also, do you want to start a separate thread on this? While you may be using these sticks for the build, not sure you want this troubleshooting in it? Your call, we can do it.
Im just gonna leave an informative review of my findings and let Newegg know of the Incident.Or, since it's for a network and that return might be a PITA, just eat it and run it since you won't notice a performance difference between 3600 CL18 and CL14 for a network PC.