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Why does my ram run at 1064mhz when its supposed to run at 2800 mhz ?

Why does my ram run at 1064mhz when its supposed to run at 2800 mhz ?

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Just now, Legendarypoet said:

It's likely running @ 2133. To get it to 2800, you need to apply XMP/DOCP profile in BIOS.

nope its really running at 1064 mhz

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1062*2 (DDR) is roughly 2133.

Needs to be overclocked in your BIOS by enabling XMP.

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1 minute ago, BWLServers said:

1062*2 (DDR) is roughly 2133.

Needs to be overclocked in your BIOS by enabling XMP.

and how do i do that ?

 

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Go into your BIOS, and find the option to enable the XMP profile.

Should look similar to this:

GB%20Z87X-UD3H%20BIOS%2002%20-%20Home2.p

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5 minutes ago, Aziz Friha said:

nope its really running at 1064 mhz

 

No, DDR stands for double data rate, so the number you see needs to be doubled.

Speed on the packaging is essentially an overclock goal. To do this, you need to consult your motherboard manual for enabling DOCP profiles. The standard profile should be your rated speed. You may want to make sure you have the latest BIOS version.

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On a Gigabyte board I *believe* the key to get into the BIOS is F2? Might be F12 or Delete. Not sure.

Mash that key when your computer is first booting up to get into the BIOS. Then poke around until you find the XMP setting.

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Just now, Legendarypoet said:

No, DDR stands for double data rate, so the number you see needs to be doubled.

Speed on the packaging is essentially an overclock goal. To do this, you need to consult your motherboard manual for enabling DOCP profiles. The standard profile should be your rated speed. You may want to make sure you have the latest BIOS version.

and how do i make sure i have the newest version ?

 

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1 minute ago, BWLServers said:

Go into your BIOS, and find the option to enable the XMP profile.

Should look similar to this:

GB%20Z87X-UD3H%20BIOS%2002%20-%20Home2.p

alright thanks !

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DDR4 *always* defaults to 2133MHz, on every board ever always forever. No default profile that I'm aware of automatically overclocks it. That's up to the user.

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Just now, Aziz Friha said:

and how do i make sure i have the newest version ?

 

Go to the manufacturer's website and to the download section.

Honestly, you need to watch a tutorial or two/read the manual before you attempt this.

It seems as though it would be the first time for you and you do not want to mess up with BIOS updates.

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Just now, Legendarypoet said:

Go to the manufacturer's website and to the download section.

Honestly, you need to watch a tutorial or two/read the manual before you attempt this.

It seems as though it would be the first time for you and you do not want to mess up with BIOS updates.

alright thanks !

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2 minutes ago, BWLServers said:

DDR4 *always* defaults to 2133MHz, on every board ever always forever. No default profile that I'm aware of automatically overclocks it. That's up to the user.

 

If you were talking to me DOCP standard = whatever the RAM package speed says (i.e. 2933, 3200, etc...)

DOCP 1 though whatever will typically consist of lower speed settings if they are present.

 

If differs in certain circumstances, but has been like that for most of the builds I have done with Ryzen.

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Wanted to quote, *sigh*.

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6 minutes ago, Legendarypoet said:

 

If you were talking to me DOCP standard = whatever the RAM package speed says (i.e. 2933, 3200, etc...)

DOCP 1 though whatever will typically consist of lower speed settings if they are present.

 

If differs in certain circumstances, but has been like that for most of the builds I have done with Ryzen.

DOCP is an AMD feature only found on ASUS boards, which OP doesn't appear to have. I really wish they would phase out XMP though, manual settings are a PITA for novice users.

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While we're on the topic of getting specific, technically you aren't looking for XMP. It's going to have some goofy name, like AMP. In fact, on that Gigabyte board it may be EOCP.

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