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09-03-2021 11:27 AM - last edited on 09-03-2021 12:21 PM by MayS
Sorry to say this but I STRONGLY recommend that you use HWiNFO or CPU-Z to check the memory speeds. Even Windows Task Manager should be enough.
Because the HP support assistant is somehow bugged which causes it to show false speeds for the memory, here is a link to a finnish HP Omen thread where the user failed to get simlarly specced Kingston Predator memory to work with the correct speeds: [content removed]
The pictures on the post tell everything, both the Windows Task Manager and HWiNFO -software are saying that the memory is only running at 2400MHz speeds while the HP support assistant is falsely claiming 3200MHz speeds.
The point of concern for those sticks you linked are the XMP- and JEDEC-profiles, they don't have 3200MHz JEDEC-profile:
FACTORY TIMING PARAMETERS
• Default (JEDEC): DDR4-2400 CL17-17-17 @1.2V
• XMP Profile #1: DDR4-3200 CL16-18-18 @1.35V
• XMP Profile #2: DDR4-3000 CL15-17-17 @1.35V
09-03-2021 05:38 PM - edited 09-03-2021 05:41 PM
Yeah lol... I used task manager to check, I don’t know what else I would use. 3200mhz right out of the box indicated by task manager. I booted several time to check, ran a bunch of programs, checked a view more times and yeah it works perfectly. I haven’t checked Ryzen Master, but I’m pretty sure it would give me the same results. I never use the HP assistant anyways. If it’s clearly working for me, and I’ve noticed performance wise anyways it clearly is, I don’t have any reason to download anything else or try to fix it lol.