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orlandonano07
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new ram/changing ram speed

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Hi, i bought new ram sticks for my omen 30i pc. 3200 megahertz speed. if the mother board does not support that speed its okay i think the highest speed is 2666 on this pc. does it harm the pc if i change the ram speed to max?

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@orlandonano07,

IMHO, it would be unwise to tamper with it. HP designed it for 2666, not 3200.

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Its not going to work, any ram bought outside HP will automatically default to its stock speeds. The only way to enable the XMP profile is to use Intel XTU for Intel based 30L and AMD Ryzen Master for AMD based ones. You can read the full instructions in my memory thread here or check my YT video on it. 

HP locking down the XMP for their customers is one of the most unethical and unfair ways to force us to buy their overpriced memory, where the same one is 3-4 times cheaper on Amazon or NewEgg. 

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