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Old 01-29-2018, 01:09 PM
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See: https://www.msi.com/blog/memory-try-...ost-gaming-rig

So basically MSI MemoryTryIt is a generic memory overclocking function. It is useful for getting the most out of lower end kits and can be useful for AMD motherboards that do not inherently support Intel Extreme Memory Profiles but use custom workarounds like A-XMP to apply XMP settings regardless (and don't work with every kit). You should not have to use MemoryTryIt on Z370 with your LPX.

Instead just enable the programmed XMP, check if the settings are set correctly and adjust VCCSA/VCCIO to what is needed for DDR4-3600 by your processors integrated memory controller. You can also try to raise Vdimm step by step up to 1.4V and see if that helps pass the POST and improves stability, but it shouldn't be necessary.
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