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About Jessy0000

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  1. An update: 2666 mhz is a success. I'll update if 2933 mhz is still fine, hopefully it will. Update 2: same problem with 2933 mhz, I'll stick to 2666 mhz. Thanks everyone.
  2. Noted on those points. I'm not actually a typical guy who writes on a paper but I've understood the importance of that tip. I'll update once I'm done. Thank you very much!
  3. Thank you moonzy, this really helps a lot for me. I don't have someone to guide me for other options for test and trials that I have to do. I'll do this, well at least 2666 is much better than what I get on 2133. Again, thank you thank you so much. If there are other inputs that I can learn and get some tips, keep it coming guys. I appreciate all of your help.
  4. Hi guys, I'm new to the forum. I've purchased recently a new 2x8gb ram Corsair Vengeance Pro Memory 2x8gb Ddr4 3200mhz White RGB (CMW16GX4M2C3200C16w). My board is AB350M-HDV and my cpu is ryzen 3 1200. Here it goes: I've decided to upgrade my ram due to some workloads that I'm getting and at the same time to improve somehow gaming experience (i haven't upgraded my gpu rx550). Task manager shows 1067 mhz in speed (2134 mhz) . After researching, I went to the bios and enabled the XMP to 3200 mhz (profile1). And after saving and restarting, it just