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Rigas_GR
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Why dear HP dont let our laptops run XMP profile, you advertise 3200Mhz on sales, and when run.....

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Example: PavilHP Pavilion Laptop PC 15-eg0000 (9WF74AV)i
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From this old problem without solution

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/My-HP-Pavilion-Laptop-PC-15-eg...

Get tired to see other friend laptops from other brands work 3200Mhz and half real life 1600Mhz and my laptop to run half 533Mhz.

Also tired to get lower benchmark scores and lower Iris XE 96cu lower perfomance.

The new BIOS F.20 Insyde hope that this problems will resolve, but nothing.

 

I demand you as a Company to resolve that PROBLEM and increase PERFORMANCE corect, and release a NEW BIOS with the option XMP profile works OK.

I pay 1200$ for that laptop and doesnt work OK......

 

For the INFO see other laptops how works......HP Pavillon 15 with LOW PERFORMANCE MemoryHP Pavillon 15 with LOW PERFORMANCE MemoryASUS LaptopASUS LaptopDELL LaptopDELL Laptop

 

 

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