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Does XMP have any negative impacts on any components apart from RAM (e.g a graphics card)?

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13 minutes ago, gamesalex said:

Does XMP have any negative impacts on any components apart from RAM (e.g a graphics card)?

no. XMP must be enabled so your ram runs at its full speed. All the ram manufactures say that you shoul enable XMP for your pc to be able to run your ram at its advertised speed


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1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

no. XMP must be enabled so your ram runs at its full speed. All the ram manufactures say that you shoul enable XMP for your pc to be able to run your ram at its advertised speed

So it won't damage any other components and any warrantys won't be voided right

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2 minutes ago, gamesalex said:

So it won't damage any other components and any warrantys won't be voided right

no. you should always enable XMP when you got new ram, or after bios update


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4 minutes ago, gamesalex said:

So it won't damage any other components and any warrantys won't be voided right

Oh no for sure. 

XMP is just pushing your RAM to the spec the manufacturer wants it to be. That's it.

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i have heard XMP can do something in cpu or motherboard circuit which adds slightly more voltage and can cause your cpu to fail and warranty also gets avoid if you mention that, some guy with 9900k was denied RMA for using XMP but you can always get away with it if you're smart enough and don't tell them enabling / using XMP.


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