irads, on the list of certified modules there is a DDR3L module. The Crucial is rated for 1.35V (DDR3L).irads wrote:excl. the incompatible DDR3L
JEDEC specifies that all DDR3L-capable modules must be compatible with DDR3 memory controllers (see JEDEC Standard No. 79-3-1A.01). Since the Crucial module is DDR3L and is on the compatible memory list I believe my test results for the G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR3L memory I purchased should be valid.
Just to clarify, while I only list test results for 3 different 16GB kits (G.SKILL, Patriot and Micron) I have actually tested 4 kits. I RMA'd the first G.SKILL memory kit to NewEgg and received a warranty replacement. The second kit experiences the same issues as the first, and the test results shown are for the second kit. The linux kernel panic image, using the April UEFI firmware, occurred using the first G.SKILL kit.
As best as I can tell, all the approved memory is 1333MHz, not 1600MHz. Could you please ask the HW team to test some 1600MHz kits? Also, if you could have them certify 2*8GB module configurations for a total of 16GB. The current approved memory list is a bit ambiguous as to whether dual channel operation is certified to work.