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OC G.Skill Trident-Z RGB ram 2933?

I recently got a pair of G.Skill Trident-Z RGB 2933Mhz ram for my Asus ROG X470-F FM4 AMD Ryzen 2 motherboard. However, in CPU-Z it says that my ram is running at 1063.3Mhz. This is kinda strange and I read in the manual for this motherboard that there is an XMP setting you can switch on but I've been through the bios and have no idea how or where it is. Can someone please help me understand what I am missing here? 

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Maybe it's called 'DOCP' instead?

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11 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

Maybe it's called 'DOCP' instead?

Yeah it's called DOCP, just did some more research, gonna go give this a shot. I'll let you know if you were correct or not. :)

 

EDIT Update: So I went and enabled D.O.C.P. and the bios set the ram to 2933Mhz, but still in CPU-Z it now say 1462.6Mhz. however as I recall, that's times 2 on the speed. but oddly, that would add up to 2936, and according to the SPD tab on CPU-Z it says the Max bandwidth is 2132 (1066). So is it truely running at 2933Mhz? Or what? 

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That shows all possibble profiles the memory's spec sheet supports, AFAIK the XMP one is whats being used which is 1468, or 2936 actual. 

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1 minute ago, CarlBar said:

That shows all possibble profiles the memory's spec sheet supports, AFAIK the XMP one is whats being used which is 1468, or 2936 actual. 

Ok so am I running at 2933? Or 2936?

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2936 probably. Bear in mind that's likely limited by available steppings your motherboard can do. Some X470 MB's for example jump straight from 2933 to 3200 with no 3k setting possibble. It's also 3mhz faster so nothing to complain about.

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1 minute ago, CarlBar said:

2936 probably. Bear in mind that's likely limited by available steppings your motherboard can do. Some X470 MB's for example jump straight from 2933 to 3200 with no 3k setting possibble. It's also 3mhz faster so nothing to complain about.

For rendering and maybe stream encoding I feel like faster ram would be beneficial. Correct?

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36 minutes ago, _Grid21 said:

For rendering and maybe stream encoding I feel like faster ram would be beneficial. Correct?

2933 is most certainly better than 2133.  And the BCLK on a motherboard changes slightly constantly so you will changes in speeds on your CPU and RAM.  

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24 minutes ago, nick name said:

2933 is most certainly better than 2133.  And the BCLK on a motherboard changes slightly constantly so you will changes in speeds on your CPU and RAM.  

Weird part is, while rendering a video in 4K DRAM speed says 1462Mhz, but does still multiple as x2. I remember someone saying that that any speed such as example 800Mhz times 2 is 1600Mhz. That's what I mean for the times 2 part. 

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You're good. Its in dual channel and base clock can change the number slightly.

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32 minutes ago, _Grid21 said:

Weird part is, while rendering a video in 4K DRAM speed says 1462Mhz, but does still multiple as x2. I remember someone saying that that any speed such as example 800Mhz times 2 is 1600Mhz. That's what I mean for the times 2 part. 

I know.  Whhat I am telling you is that the BCLK will fluctuate and that is what is used to determine CPU and RAM speed so you will see some speeds fluctuate constantly, but minimally.  

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