I’m sharing this issue because I’m really questioning the final answer I received from NZXT CS.
Right off the start, I did fix the problem myself, I reseated my RAM and got the XMP Profile stable with VCCIO @ 1.1v.
The problem originally was that with XMP enabled, Asus’s motherboard kept shoving 1.5v and sometimes 1.65v to memory and 1.4v on VCCIO. The worst case scenario is that the motherboard or RAM don’t like each other and one of them needs replacement, but thankfully it just needed a reseat.
I asked NZXT about this issue. Keep in mind, when I received this PC, XMP was already applied.
I really don’t understand their answer. I purchased from them the G.Skill 64 GB 3200MHZ RAM modules. But the answer is: If the memory is ran at these speeds, it will void the warranty. Basically all memory sold by them has a rated speed that will only be applied with XMP. So, how can they sell the memory advertised at a manufacturer rated speed, but not support troubleshooting or replacement of modules if they were bad and NZXT knew that XMP was applied?
I hope my point can be understood.
By the way, I can peak 48/64 gb of RAM while running Solidworks, Firefox, and video editing of my tool restoration videos, so it was necessary to have this amount. The only thing I regret was purchasing the 9900k instead of a 39x0x.