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BardiaMGTGC

overclocking ram on h110

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i was trying to overclock my ram again after my attempt last year failed 

i have a h series board with i5 7400 and 8gb of ram

i was able to overclock my gpu well it didnt need any special board 

but i couldnt get ram overclock to work i have 2400mhz ram and using xmp its running with no problem

i couldnt get it to 2666mhz

is it just because of the ram itself or the because its a h board?

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3 minutes ago, BardiaMGTGC said:

is it just because of the ram itself or the because its a h board?

It's the H110 chipset, it's limited to only 2400Mhz. (artificially..)


Quote or Tag people so they know that you've replied, otherwise you'd just be talking to yourself.

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Lucky that you can even get 2400, the majority of H110 boards stick at the default 2133. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
24 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

Lucky that you can even get 2400, the majority of H110 boards stick at the default 2133. 

what about modding bios 

i heard of modding h110 bios but i didnt found anything

got any info?

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