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Hi, I own an HP OMEN 880-139 and I bought some new corsair vengeance rgb 3200mhz sticks. They look really nice but they only run at 2133mhz. HP showed off something called omen command centre and said you can overclock ram, but that program is useless and doesn't do allow me to oc my ram. When I use something like intel extreme tuning utility and click xmp, the pc fails to Post.How can I successfully overclock the ram without my pc failing? my pc does have XMP compatible hardware like an i7 8700. I also tried to manually set the speed and latency's but that also doesnt work.Thankyou for your help. The ram sticks I have are 3200mhz cl18 I'm fairly sure. My old ram was 2400mhz cl17.

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21 minutes ago, Scratadoo said:

Hi, I own an HP OMEN 880-139 and I bought some new corsair vengeance rgb 3200mhz sticks. They look really nice but they only run at 2133mhz. HP showed off something called omen command centre and said you can overclock ram, but that program is useless and doesn't do allow me to oc my ram. When I use something like intel extreme tuning utility and click xmp, the pc fails to Post.How can I successfully overclock the ram without my pc failing? my pc does have XMP compatible hardware like an i7 8700. I also tried to manually set the speed and latency's but that also doesnt work.Thankyou for your help. The ram sticks I have are 3200mhz cl18 I'm fairly sure. My old ram was 2400mhz cl17.

have you tried entering your system BIOS yet? Try repeatedly pressing f2 or esc when the pc is powering up. then see if there is any option related to overclocking or performance. Inside it should likely contain the xmp settings

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16 minutes ago, Idkwhat2putheresowhatever said:

have you tried entering your system BIOS yet? Try repeatedly pressing f2 or esc when the pc is powering up. then see if there is any option related to overclocking or performance. Inside it should likely contain the xmp settings

Sadly, my BIOS is basic. Theres no advanced features.

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1 minute ago, Scratadoo said:

Sadly, my BIOS is basic. Theres no advanced features.

There appears to be an overclocking tab in the omen command centre. Does yours have it?

Omen Command Center NOT OVERCLOCKING - HP Support Community - 7346314

Main Desktop:

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Intel Core i7-8700, MSI Z370 Gaming M5, Zotac GeForce RTX 2060 Super, 4x8GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4-3600, 250GB Samsung 860 Evo, 400GB Intel S3610, 2TB Toshiba P300, Cooler Master V850 Gold Modular PSU, Tecware VXR Case with Arc Spectrum RGB

 

Peripherals:

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Acer Nitro VG271UP 144HZ QHD IPS Monitor, Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L RGB + HyperX Keycaps, Corsair Glaive RGB Pro, HyperX Cloud Alpha, Audio-Technica ATH-ANC500BT

 

Laptops:

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Asus K401UQK, Intel Core i7-7500U, Nvidia GeForce 940MX, 12GB DDR4-2400, SanDisk X400 512GB

 

MacBook Pro 13 Retina Late-2013, Intel Core i5-4258U, Intel Iris 6100, 8GB DDR3L-1600, Samsung 256GB PCIe Proprietary 

 

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2 hours ago, Idkwhat2putheresowhatever said:

There appears to be an overclocking tab in the omen command centre. Does yours have it?

Omen Command Center NOT OVERCLOCKING - HP Support Community - 7346314

No, that why I said I couldn't overclock in omen command center. I dont know why, it's a strange occurence.

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