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Gburns53
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Your solution for an XMP slider option is good. Just have a switch.

 

Duh! I don't care about overclocking, I just want my RAM to work to spec!

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Gburns53
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3rd times a charge. Thanks so much Hwsense. I believe I've solved it!

 

I just ignore what XTU is telling me in the XMP profile and ran it, reset it, ran it again.. That's been a little confusing. 

 

But as of now CPU-Z is telling me I'm running 32 gb of RAM at 3200 (1595.8 MHz) 15-17-17-32

My actual RAM is Corsair Veng. 4x8 3600 CL16.. but I will take that above!

So grateful I'm not going to have to do a bunch of returns. I'm not sure if this will reset, I'll keep an eye and still very hopeful HP provides a solution in their software to turn on XMP like you said.. just a slider or button. 

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hwsense
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They will never do that, purely out of stubbornness. Having a simple XMP on/off slider will be extremely simple, but they will never do it. 

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Demonshaker
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Selling some OEM HP ram that will work properly with Omen Gaming hub. Used 1 day.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/16GB-kit-2-x-8GB-HP-OEM-Kingston-HYPERX-FURY-DDR4-3200-MHz-RAM/193946873900

 

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