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MrHairyNipples
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cant get rated speeds for my ram

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hp pavilion tg01-0023w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

the pre-built that I got was a great deal for 600 but it was advertised for the 1x8 stick to run at 2666 but it came out of the box at 3200 and it's great. but I ordered another 2x8 3200 25600 kit but got a 1x16 kit instead. so I put it in to see if they would run together and they did. but the speeds went down to 2666 and I can't enable xmp or anything in the bios because the bios on this pc is garbo and I don't know any software to change ram speeds. and also how to update my bios maybe would be nice I don't really know how to do that lol.

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

You probably have some memory timing issues when using the new RAM. Updating the BIOS may not fix the problem since the memory speed and timings are baked into the MB.

 

You can try Ryzen Master (Link) since you have a AMD mobo.

 

The system could become unstable. You may have to remove and replace the CR2032 MB battery to reset CMOS to factory defaults.

 

The PC will run a little faster @ 3200 but you may not notice the difference unless you run benchmarks.

 

Regards

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