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Olle P
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June 1, 2020 04:51  

@extremeikeafanboy I got a "page not found" on that link.

What I did to get my (nominal 3,200 MHz) RAM somewhere above the default 2,133 MHz on my B350 mobo was to use the XMP voltage and timings and then try different clock multipliers until I got the RAM running somewhat stable.

Initially (with the first BIOS) I could chose between 2,400 MHz at default voltage and timings and 2,667 MHz at higher voltage and timings. Found 2,400 to be the better option.

Latest functional setting two years later was 3,133 MHz at XPM voltage and timings.


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