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Ram stuck at 2800Mhz. XMP not working.

Go to solution Solved by Sjaakie,

Quite normal unfortunately, 4 sticks are harder to run at higher speed. Especially on B450. Best would be to swap it for 2 higher cap modules.

I have Ryzen 7 2700 @3.2Ghz and Asus B450M-A motherboard.

4 Ram DIMM's each of Gskill Ripjaws 3600Mhz @1.35v. I am using all the ram slots on mobo.

Ram frequence can't go past 2800Mhz but it was working @3200Mhz with Only 2 Rams.

If I enable XMP profile Bios always boots in safe mode.

Bios version: 3211(Latest)

Ram Latency: 18-22-22-42 @1.35 by default.

 

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4 minutes ago, Talhaskrillx said:

I have Ryzen 7 2700 @3.2Ghz and Asus B450M-A motherboard.

4 Ram DIMM's each of Gskill Ripjaws 3600Mhz @1.35v. I am using all the ram slots on mobo.

Ram frequence can't go past 2800Mhz but it was working @3200Mhz with Only 2 Rams.

If I enable XMP profile Bios always boots in safe mode.

Bios version: 3211(Latest)

Ram Latency: 18-22-22-42 @1.35 by default.

 

If you originally had two, have you checked the extra two have exactly the same timings?

 

Also as I recall, its not unusual to have problems like this with with older Ryzen as its very picky with memory which was a big improvement on the 3000 series.

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On 11/30/2021 at 10:41 AM, Alex Atkin UK said:

If you originally had two, have you checked the extra two have exactly the same timings?

 

Also as I recall, its not unusual to have problems like this with with older Ryzen as its very picky with memory which was a big improvement on the 3000 series.

Hi! Thanks for replying. 

Yes the timings on all the modules are same.

Wired thing is it booted on 3200 tomorrow worked for a while and then gave BSOD. 

I don't know what is hapenning 😞

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Quite normal unfortunately, 4 sticks are harder to run at higher speed. Especially on B450. Best would be to swap it for 2 higher cap modules.

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