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Conflicting DRAM clock speeds

Can someone please help me fix or understand this, the picture shows the issue 

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If you just applied the XMP profile to enable 3200MHz on the RAM then you will need to save changes and exit, which will reboot the system and the new memory settings will be applied.

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4 minutes ago, Spotty said:

If you just applied the XMP profile to enable 3200MHz on the RAM then you will need to save changes and exit, which will reboot the system and the new memory settings will be applied.

this is what i suspect is going on, or maybe it failed to apply which after enough failed posts could also display like that.

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36 minutes ago, Spotty said:

If you just applied the XMP profile to enable 3200MHz on the RAM then you will need to save changes and exit, which will reboot the system and the new memory settings will be applied.

No I applied xmp yesterday and no matter how many times I exit and reload bios it shows the same info as the picture provided

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34 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

this is what i suspect is going on, or maybe it failed to apply which after enough failed posts could also display like that.

Multiple failed posts sounds more likely, it did fail when I first entered bios and applied xmp (after applying it failed to boot all together

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5 minutes ago, jetsonxr6 said:

Multiple failed posts sounds more likely, it did fail when I first entered bios and applied xmp (after applying it failed to boot all together

check CPU-Z in windows for 1600 or 1066

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29 minutes ago, YoungBlade said:

What value does it show in your operating system?

 

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Then you're all good and the 2133 is just a generic string.

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50 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

check CPU-Z in windows for 1600 or 1066

Pics of Task manager memory stats and CPUz memory stats , these are showing different speeds 

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3 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Then you're all good and the 2133 is just a generic string.

So this is CPU memory stats and task manager memory stats, both show different speeds 

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1 minute ago, jetsonxr6 said:

So this is CPU memory stats and task manager memory stats, both show different speeds 

Actual frequency is 1600 which CPU-Z reports, but this is Double Data Rate RAM so if you double that you get the advertised 3200. Perfectly normal. 

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8 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Actual frequency is 1600 which CPU-Z reports, but this is Double Data Rate RAM so if you double that you get the advertised 3200. Perfectly normal. 

Ok so 

 

13 minutes ago, jetsonxr6 said:

So this is CPU memory stats and task manager memory stats, both show different speeds 

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So is there a way to remove the generic string 

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No. 

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