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I have a omen 30L desktop GT13, with a 87C3 motherboard. Is there any way I can change my ram speed?

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When I enter bios, it doesnt allow me to change my ram speed, Just shows "system Information"

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@Zentixe , welcome to the forum.

 

For you to be able to change the speed of your memory HP would have had to add Extreme Memory Profiles (XMPs) to the BIOS/UEFI: https://www.pcgamer.com/what-are-xmp-profiles-and-how-do-i-use-them/

 

They have not done this in many of their computers.

 

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the link you sent was useful to knowing what they are, but it doesn't explain how to download them on a hp pc. 

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@Zentixe 

 

There is no way to download them to your computer.  They have to be added to the BIOS/UEFI by HP when it is developed.  The basic speed of DDR4 memory is 2133 MHz.  HP adds a XMP to overclock it to whatever speed they want, DDR4-2666, for instance.



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