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Posted · Original PosterOP

When i put my ram like that the moniter doesnt work it only works with one ram stick pls 

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Page 1-10 (19 of 30) in the manual : https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/TUF_B450M-PLUS_GAMING/E14220_TUF_B450-PLUS_GAMING_UM_WEB_060418.pdf

 

Not sure if it's the same motherboard manual but it doesn't matter, look on the circuit board at the slots that have * .

 

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Use the other pair of slots (center picture)

 

And read your manuals...

 

and manage your cables better... use a tiny piece of wire or a zip tie to shorten the cable of that fan on the case so it doesn't touch the video card or just sits there on the motherboard.

Maybe move the fan cable from between sata and 24pin to some other header on the motherboard.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have 3000mhz 16 ram and when i put it into 3000 in bios the monitor doesnt work pls help my motherboard is tuf b450m plus i didnt buy a 3000mhz ram to use a lower speed i need a way to make it 3000

 

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Use a lower frequency 


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go into your BIOS and enable XMP / DOCP. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Skiiwee29 said:

go into your BIOS and enable XMP / DOCP. 

And then i change the voltage and hertz what about timings?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I want to make my ram get to 3000 mhz and after i enable xmp option what do i do do i change the hertz and volts and do i change the timings?

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8 minutes ago, TH_HT_TH said:

And then i change the voltage and hertz what about timings?

The voltage should default to 1.35V, for the timings I hope you have lots of time as it might take a lot of trial and error.

 


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Just enable XMP and save and exit the BIOS. The system should set the RAM to 3000MHz, which in monitoring programs (such as CPU-Z, AIDA64, etc.) will show up at ~1500MHz. You shouldn't have to touch memory clocks, voltage or timings.


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you don't need to change the voltage or timings unless the system is unstable

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46 minutes ago, TH_HT_TH said:

And then i change the voltage and hertz what about timings?

those will automatically be adjusted when you enable DOCP/XMP. 


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which slots on the motherboard are you place it on? This image demonstrates the correct locations.

 

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1 hour ago, TH_HT_TH said:

And then i change the voltage and hertz what about timings?

No, you can just load the profile with the settings preset after enabling DOCP. 

 

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