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DDR4 acting weird ?

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From what you're showing there it looks like those sticks have two XMP profiles you can choose from and not that one stick is running at a different speed.  However, that pic doesn't show me a whole lot.

Hey everyone, I just upgraded my DDR4 to 3200Mhz G.Skill RGB. But when I am in the bios one of the 2 8GB sticks are lower then supposed. It’s hard to explain but here’s a picture. 

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From what you're showing there it looks like those sticks have two XMP profiles you can choose from and not that one stick is running at a different speed.  However, that pic doesn't show me a whole lot.

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13 minutes ago, Breezy said:

one of the 2 8GB sticks are lower then supposed.

As @nick name said that doesn't show info on the two RAM sticks.

It shows two OC profiles available to apply to your RAM.

Turn on XMP to the 3200MHz profile.

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8 minutes ago, nick name said:

From what you're showing there it looks like those sticks have two XMP profiles you can choose from and not that one stick is running at a different speed.  However, that pic doesn't show me a whole lot.

Thanks for reminding me that there was 2 XMP profiles. I selected the second one and everything worked perfectly! Before it just crashed when I had it at 3200Mhz but now it handles it great. Im kinda new to OC too so I don't have much knowledge. Im used to press one button and its all done. 

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1 minute ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

As @nick name said that doesn't show info on the two RAM sticks.

It shows two OC profiles available to apply to your RAM.

Turn on XMP to the 3200MHz profile.

Thanks, I realized this :D

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