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3200mhz ram on b450 mother board

hello, i hope i ask on correct place, i am buying Asrock B450 Steel Legend for my build, and plan to buy Team T-Force Zeus DDR4 16GB (8x2) 3200mhz
after some research i found that B450 need enable XMP to run 3200mhz RAM. because this is new build, i wonder if my motherboard could run this without enabling XMP 1st, since it would be suck if after buying the ram and actually i can't turn it on because the RAM is incompatible or something

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I am not sure what you think XMP is but your board is perfectly capable of running 3200mhz rams with or without using xmp.

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4 minutes ago, Levent said:

I am not sure what you think XMP is but your board is perfectly capable of running 3200mhz rams with or without using xmp.

 

I mean, the easiest way to do so would simply be to enable the XMP profile in his BIOS. I don't understand the desire to avoid using XMP.

Read this and then post fewer dumb threads: 

 

1. Your title should be descriptive, not just "help."

2. Poor frame rate/stuttering is not "lag."

3. Yes, your PC has a bottleneck, all PC's do. 

 

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40 minutes ago, Middcore said:

 

I mean, the easiest way to do so would simply be to enable the XMP profile in his BIOS. I don't understand the desire to avoid using XMP.

He's a beginner. He may not have read that all motherboards start right off the bat at the Minimal speed and timing values. Basically running in safe mode. If the computer doesn't start up then there's a bigger problem than ram speed. XMP is the automated overclocking values for ram listed in the bios by the motherboard builder.

 

Manual tuning is for getting that edge in computing but for casual computer users then XMP is fine enough.

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15 minutes ago, Aree Soothsayer said:

He's a beginner. He may not have read that all motherboards start right off the bat at the Minimal speed and timing values. Basically running in safe mode. If the computer doesn't start up then there's a bigger problem than ram speed. XMP is the automated overclocking values for ram listed in the bios by the motherboard builder.

 

Manual tuning is for getting that edge in computing but for casual computer users then XMP is fine enough.

XMP is not overclocking. XMP is a easy way to run your rams at their advertised speeds. If your rams werent advertised to run at those speeds then it would have been overclocking.

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