Try using 1600 MHz at 1.35v. Memory requirements are listed in page 19 of the Technical Product Specification.
Tested memory: Intel® NUC Boards and Kits — System Memory
So that doesn't actually help me.
I have new XMP enabled SODIMMs that won't boot. The BIOS allows reducing the speed but it doesn't let you choose between the JEDEC/XMP settings on the module.
And if you try to set it up manually like this: DDR3-1600 CL9-9-10 @1.35V ?
Yes, the Kingston modules will boot at 1866 using timing listed in the SPD and manually entered. But I only have access to the first 4 timings.
Today I acquired 2 G.Skill SODIMMs that are on Intel's tested memory list and they also do not run at 2133 without the triple-beep POST.
These new modules are listed as compatible and capable of running at 2133:
G.Skill F3-2133C11S-8GRSL 8 GB 2133 MHz
Manually downclocking these modules to 1866 is required for POST.
I'm just wondering why these modules are listed as being compatible and they don't POST?
OK, thanks Joe.
The modules do run at 1866 reliably with manual settings so I'll stick with that for now.