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03-06-2021 02:46 PM
I recently got 16 gb of 3200 ram (dual channel). I really want to enable xmp profiles so it can run at its full potential instead of 1333. I've already accessed the bios by pressing f10 while my pc is booting up (I have an hp motherboard 87D6) but I could never find an option to enable xmp. If anyone knows how please let me know asap. Than you!
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03-06-2021 04:22 PM
@Bimbolat , welcome to the Community.
HP builds an XMP into the BIOS/UEFI to overclock the memory that is shipped with the computer. However, it is not user accessible to change memory upgrades. You can contact the memory manufacturer's Tech Support to see if they can help you further.
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04-12-2021 09:14 PM
Over clocking to a stated supported speed is a cop out for HP. Frankly using Ryzen Master does not work with the majority of memory to allow clocking to 1600 each and having a successful boot, you will most likely be greeted with 3 friendly beeps….