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HP Pavilion Desktop PC TP01-2000a (2Z6C8AV)

Hi, I recently purchased a pair of Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RAM 3200mhz. At first they were running at a lower speed but I changed the RAM speed using Ryzen Master to 3200mhz. The only problem that I currently have is that the timings are way lower than advertised and when I try to change it to CL16 using Ryzen Master it will reset the motherboard after a restart.

 

Is there any way to get them running 3200mhz CL16, because at the moment it is running at 3200mhz CL22. Does someone maybe have the correct settings that I have to apply in Ryzen Master to fix this problem?

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What you are attempting to do is best only on a DIY desktop PC motherboard which would allow granular access to primary and secondary memory timings and VDimm voltages as well.

 

What you are asking is above and beyond  what you can expect from a mainstream prebuilt desktop PC.



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