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Change RAM bus to 3200MHz

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I bought 1 RAM DDR4 bus 3200MHz and install on my laptop HP 15-da0048tu. I log in BIOS but don't see XMP funtion. How to new RAM run at bus 3200MHz?

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You're very welcome.

 

There is absolutely no problem running DDR4-3200 memory in your notebook.

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Hi:

 

HP notebooks have no option to change the memory XMP profile in the BIOS.

 

Your notebook's processor can only run memory at a max FSB speed of 2400 MHz.

 

Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Processor 4M Cache up to 2.70 GHz Product Specifications

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Thanks for your response. If I continue run RAM bus 3200, any there is impact to operating of my laptop?

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You're very welcome.

 

There is absolutely no problem running DDR4-3200 memory in your notebook.

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