I don't pretend to understand the rules, but Patriot PV332G186C0QKBL says 10-11-10-30.
In any case, I would be happy if the bios were to reset it to 9-9-9-24, as I sit here waiting for Newegg to email me that I can pick up my replacement motherboard.
By way of a grouse, I have to comment that it's a shame that Intel gave up on desktop boards - I used to depend on that product line for robust reliability - but it's slightly more shameful that they didn't stop selling them a year or so sooner, before this miserable lot was foisted on the public.
After leaving the battery out with the PSU unplugged for a couple of hours, I cleared CMOS. The system always gives 3 beeps (repeatedly). I can get to the startup menu and thence to setup by holding the power button through the four-beep sequence, although I may have to try a couple of times.
After verifying/setting CMOS data I restarted; still 3 beeps, but the special power-on procedure still gets me to that special menu, and CMOS.
The memory works fine in a different motherboard and provides appropriate XMP data, and that board automatically sets memory timing correctly.
The Intel board doesn't give me a opportunity to select an XMP profile - choices are manual or auto, and auto does not choose the correct timing for the given memory module.
I am not an Intel employee so this is not a definitive answer, but in my experience DH boards only offered the manual/auto choice while DZ boards offered the XMP selection. I have a DH67BL board which accepted my changing the RAM settings from 9-9-9-24 to 7-7-7-24, with a noticeable increase in speed.
And I agree with you regarding Intel boards no longer being made. Intel has made a few strange decisions, with giving up on the smartphone market being one of them.
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The supported cas latency for this motherboard is 9, any other latency will be overclocking, and from our it is no supported.