[SOLVED] Cannot get 3200Mhz on new motherboard

GeorgeTzef13

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Hello i recently changed motherboard and got a MSI H510m A PRO and it says it has XMP upto 3200Mhz Max. My RAM is a G.Skill Aegis 3200Mhz and on my previous motherboard i had no problems with the XMP (it was a Gigabyte) but now when i try to turn on XMP the max is 2666?
I've tried updating BIOS but nothing and i've tried to set it to manual and the max is still 2666Mhz.
Any Suggestions??
 

bignastyid

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I have a i3-10105F. I had a Gigabyte b560m ds3h v2 and i have the lastes bios version for the msi one
H510 only supports what the cpu offcially supports, which in this case is 2666.
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/sku/203474/intel-core-i310105f-processor-6m-cache-up-to-4-40-ghz/specifications.html
For 3200 you'd need an 11th gen cpu that had native 3200 support.
Your old B560 allowed for XMP speeds above what the cpu official supported. Which was something new for Intel chipsets as for most of the core i series only the Z chipsets would do this.
 

bignastyid

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I have a i3-10105F. I had a Gigabyte b560m ds3h v2 and i have the lastes bios version for the msi one
H510 only supports what the cpu offcially supports, which in this case is 2666.
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/sku/203474/intel-core-i310105f-processor-6m-cache-up-to-4-40-ghz/specifications.html
For 3200 you'd need an 11th gen cpu that had native 3200 support.
Your old B560 allowed for XMP speeds above what the cpu official supported. Which was something new for Intel chipsets as for most of the core i series only the Z chipsets would do this.
 

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