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3200 MHz Memory running at 2133 MHz ?

Go to solution Solved by Longshot,

so in the end i just needed to install motherboard drivers

hey i just built a new pc and i noticed my memory is running a bit slow and wondered how i can make it faster?

 

 

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CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X
GPU: Nvidia GTX 970 (Temporary until the 6900 xt launches)
PSU: Gigabyte Aurous 850 Gold
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10 minutes ago, Airdragonz said:

Enable XMP or DOCP profile in bios

seems they are enabled

(sorry my phones camera isnt great)

 

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Make sure you're saving settings when exiting BIOS.

Can you go to the AI Tweaker and see exactly what the speed is set to?

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1 minute ago, RadiatingLight said:

Make sure you're saving settings when exiting BIOS.

Can you go to the AI Tweaker and see exactly what the speed is set to?

i didnt take a picture of it but its set to 3200 mhz

though its shown nearly everywhere else as 2133 mhz

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1 minute ago, Longshot said:

i didnt take a picture of it but its set to 3200 mhz

though its shown nearly everywhere else as 2133 mhz

Keep in mind that the speed will only update after a reboot. So changing it in BIOS without rebooting will not increase RAM speed.

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Motherboard Tier LIst

PC Troubleshooting

PSU Tier List

You don't need a big PSU

 

Desktop:

Delidded Core i7 4770K - GTX 1070 ROG Strix - 16GB DDR3 - Lots of RGB lights I never change

Laptop:

HP Spectre X360 - i7 8560U - MX150 - 512GB SSD - 16GB DDR4 - I lost my pen so I convince myself I don't need it

 

"Sometimes I just buy computer hardware with no practical use for it, maybe I'm weird"

-Galileo Galilei, 1604

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