THis issue use to happen when i had one kit of 2x8 gb in there before i added the other 2I suspect that all 4 sticks are not from the same kit which can cause problems.
All ram must be managed by the motherboard in the same way.
Namely the same speed, voltage and timings.
What I think you were looking at are the specs of each individual stick.'the 1037 is an outlier.
All sticks in a kit must be matched for proper operation.
You are fortunate that it works at all.
To avoid the delay, look at the specs that resulted on the memory tab and enter those values explicitly.
This should have had no bearing on your m.2 issue.
While the part numbers are all identical, the last two indicate a different dram maker which would account for strange differences.
Here is an example of why the same identical part numbers may not really be identical.
The 1037 speed trades a lower cas timing which is better for a lower speed. Not necessarily good or bad.
I might try selecting the last xmp setting in the bios which seems to be identical.
But, because of differences in the internal workings of the ram, it may not do what you want.
For a more authoratative discussion on ram and settings go the the corsair user forums:
It would be best if you started a new thread for your problem, however, does your BIOS list the M.2 SSD? Do you have any other drives in your build?Made an account just to say that I’m currently having the same issues. Just built my pc and tried booting up windows through a bootable USB drive. Went through the installation and when it got to the point where it said “Select a drive to install windows”. It didn’t detect anything. So what I did after was go into bios and tweak settings but still no luck. I’ve tried every possible thing on the internet. And just like OP, everything is brand new so I doubt it’s broken or anything. Any kind of help is appreciated. I can take pictures of my Bios btw. It’s a Gigabyte Z490 Vision g. And my ssd is an XPG spectrix 240 m.2 pcie 1tb
it picked up the new nvme i bought after i installed it looks like the other one was faulty. a 970 EVO plus NVME samsung 250 gb, not sure what other settings i need to change, i downloaded latest nvme driver installed it, i did samsung data migration to clone the old ssd 860 evo drive and put it on the 970 changed it to boot from the 970 in bios, changed 970 to c drive as well is there any other opeion or setting in the bios i need to turn on to optimize the nvme drive.It would be best if you started a new thread for your problem, however, does your BIOS list the M.2 SSD? Do you have any other drives in your build?
Yes, pictures of your BIOS would help.
Which M.2 slot are you using?
You should not use the one closest to the CPU. The manual says it is non-operational. Use one of the other 2.
It looks like your M.2_2 PCIe Bandwidth Config is already set to X4 on that screen. That's what it should be.
Other than that you're good to go.
You might want to read this for more info.
Solid-state drives aren’t anywhere near as small and fragile as they used to be. You don’t need to worry about wear, and you don’t need to go out of your way to “optimize” them. Windows 7, 8, and 10 automatically do the work for you.www.howtogeek.com
Enjoy your new NVMe drive!
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