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07-30-2021 02:10 AM
I've seen on other threads people mentioning you can roll back the drivers for XTU in order to gain access to RAM frequency settings and enabling XMP?
I've looked at my device manager and found that the preinstalled drivers for intel XTU can't be rolled back manually. Is there any other way of doing this? It's extremely frustrating that Intel won't let me run my memory at it's proper speeds. it's a **bleep** Gaming PC it should give you the tools needed as it's supposedly built for gamers. I only got this **bleep** desktop because my GPU finally died on me a week ago and rather than paying upwards of 1000$ for a new GPU that isn't worth the money I figured I'd just do an overall upgrade by buying this prebuild and modifying it from there. but upon installing my own memory (which did work just fine) i found it wasn't letting them run at the proper 3200MHz. I used to have a budget custom build that let me tweak the settings for my hardware freely. Why the hell is the OMEN bios so threadbare and the Omen Gaming Hub which is sold to the consumer as the central tool used to tweak and monitor your gaming PC even worse than the threadbare bios? WHAT THE ACTUAL HELL INTEL? I know this is a prebuild, I understand that there are going to be SOME limitations placed on the consumer for "safety" and "simplicity" but at least give the consumer the option at their own risk. I paid good money for this PC, let me use it to it's fullest potential!
can ANYONE help me out here?
08-09-2021 10:59 AM
Hi@Silvernirvash, Welcome to HP Community
I have gone through your post and would like to help to fix the issue.
Try using the AMD Auto detect Tool
I suggest you download and run the HP Support Assistant from this Link
HPSA will automatically search for all the latest drivers for your Notebook
Click My devices in the top menu, and then click Updates in the My PC or My notebook pane.
Click Check for updates and messages to scan for new updates.
Review the list of updates. Updates with a yellow information icon are recommended. Updates with a blue information icon are optional.
Click the update name for a description, version number, and file size.
Select the box next to any updates you want to install, and then click Download and install.
Also, ensure Windows is up to date.
Select the Start button, and then go to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, and select Check for updates. If Windows Update says your device is up to date, you have all the updates that are currently available
Hope this helps! Keep me posted.
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