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Ram problems can't run at default frequently

Tedd the
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I got 3200 ram vengeance but it runs at 2300
 

When I change it to  3200 I crash.
 

Z690 p and i9

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Just speed

7 minutes ago, Darknighterror said:

Did you just changed the speed or enabled xmp?

Just speed

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So there is a problem with z690 and d4 it seems dunno for sure

 

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19 minutes ago, Tedd the said:

Just speed

Just speed

You should enable xmp, not change the speed manually. What motherboard to you have exactly?

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12 minutes ago, Tedd the said:

Xmp crash

 

well okay, then this sounds like either a ram or motherboard problem. Do you have more ram or another mb arround that you can use for testing?

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Dunno after updating bios lots of clicking noises.

 

Xmp still crash

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As someone else already asked: what motherboard do you have?

 

My question: what memory do you have? Don't reply with "3600 mhz DDR4", but a bit more info.

 

Did you check the memory compatibility list before buying your motherboard/memory combo?

 

Not that many clicking noises should be required to do some looking-up stuffs. However, you might need to read up a bit. Kinda the same, as what others would have to do for you.

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38 minutes ago, Tedd the said:

Z 690 p

That means NOTHING. Read what has been asked by me and someone else. Or are you a troll.

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3 minutes ago, Jahee said:

That means NOTHING. Read what has been asked by me and someone else. Or are you a troll.

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/PRO-Z690-P-DDR4

What other Z690P is there besides the Asus? 

The specific brand doesn't matter much here I wouldn't think.

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

I will find your mentions of Ikea or Gnome and I will /s post. 

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3 minutes ago, IkeaGnome said:

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/PRO-Z690-P-DDR4

What other Z690P is there besides the Asus? 

The specific brand doesn't matter much here I wouldn't think.

So there is an MSI and an ASUS "Z690P".

There are also multiple versions of the memory they listed. Don't know what they were called, but some codes on those sticks, all still have different numbers. Same goes for memory size, and amount of sticks in use. But hey-ho. No need to reply to me for this topic.

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