Hmm weird, BIOS should detect the SPD and set it to 1866mhz 10-10-10 automatically.
I have the same RAM but 16GB version(HX318LS10IBK2/16) and I didn't have to set it to 1866 manually with 0246 or 0249 BIOS.
FYI, SPD timing is 10-10-10-32-243-1.
Btw you don't find the i7 NUC too noisy? cos I was gonna buy i7 but bought i5 instead when I found out the heat/noise issue on i7.
p.s. post your bench on this thread, Post your NUC Benchmark Results & Spec
Thanks for getting back.
I have tried overriding the BIOS settings manually to 133 Mhz x 14 @ 10-10-10-32 1T with no luck.
However, Windows 10 task manager tells me...
CPU-ID gives me...
In summary... None of these agree!
Any further advice would be appreciated!
As for the noise, not too bad when it isn't under strain!
Your memory is running at 1866MHz according to task manager and CPU-Z screenshot, and it should anyway. So you don't need to change anything in the BIOS.
Btw it's lucky you didn't get the 1866MHz CL11 memory, cos that'll probably run bit slower than 1600MHz CL9 memory. I had trouble getting mine, had to call bunch of shops, pay bit extra and wait ~week for the delivery etc.