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09-20-2020 02:06 PM
I recently got another stick of 16gb memory (speeds advertised up to 3000mhz) and so i saw my pc had the speed set to the default speed (something like 2133mhz). Since i dont think theres any options to do so in the bios, idk how i would change the speeds. I heard that hp has something called advanced bios in some motherboards but i still dont know how to even boot into that. Can anyone help me out?
09-20-2020 05:05 PM
I recently got another stick of 16gb memory (speeds advertised up to 3000mhz) ....
Where did you get that ? Its motherboard specs
No, you can't over clock RAM on your machine. You can use higher speed RAM but machine will automatically downgrade to its supported speed.
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09-21-2020 11:53 AM - edited 09-21-2020 11:57 AM
I remember you saying " im not very good with hardware tech so".
Only if you want to take the chance, per the manual ! 😛🙄
NOTE:Memory settings should be adjusted with great care as incorrect or unstable settings may prevent the system from booting up or may fail to load the OS (including corrupting the OS installation).
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