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new pc, need help on RAM mhz BIOS setting

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I just build a new pc and I am doing the BIOS setting right now.

I have 3200mhz RAM but it's showing as 2133mhz so I enabled XMP according to the instructions on forum.

Under "XMP" it says 'Enabled' and also 'XMP DDR4-3200' which i assume ram is now changed from default 2133mhz to 3200mhz.

However, the above section called "DRAM Status", it still shows as 'Corsair 16384MB 2133MHZ' for each of my 2 16GB RAM sticks. I attached the photo.

Do i just ignore the "DRAM Status" RAM mhz numbers? Is my ram changed to 3200mhz or not yet?

Thanks in advanced!5.jpg.39e5f5d5396c6d713a177d6a11da3e4c.jpg

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3 minutes ago, KLEB said:

 

Hello,

 

Install CPU-Z and look at the Memory panel, if you see 1600MHz, it means your ram is running at the XMP profile (3200MHz).


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31 minutes ago, KLEB said:

 

Do i just ignore the "DRAM Status" RAM mhz numbers? Is my ram changed to 3200mhz or not yet?

Thanks in advanced

Just reboot and check with TaskManager or CPU-Z like @Plouffe. Once selected and saved in bios it should be fine 


 

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