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Did I correctly enable xmp?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Board: Asus X470-F Gaming 

CPU: 3700x

RAM: BALLISTIX 16gb ddr4-3200

 

What I did. Just booted to bios, hit ai tweaker and changed the memory frequency to ddr4-3200mhz. Is that all I have to do? Thanks. 

 

Image of bios attached. 

 

PS - anything else I should do while in the bios? 

 

Edit: so googling do I need to change the dram voltage? It's currently set to 1.200v.

 

Edit 2: do I just change ai overclock tuner to docp? See second attachment. 

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Should be all you need, check using CPU-Z to make sure it's running right in windows


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

Should be all you need, check using CPU-Z to make sure it's running right in windows

I just updated the post with an edit, but I changed the ai overclock tuner to docp and that seems to be correct now? 

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