Question does Xmp profile reset after you remove Ram physically?

1) just want to know when does this XMP reset?
Like in what senarios does it reset, e.g. by removing Cmos etc?
2) is my XMP working as intended?
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3) what does SPD slot 4 means?
Yes, BIOS defaults to lowest JDEC values when it's reset, you have to reapply XMP.
According to CPU-Z your memory is running in single channel at about 3000MHz. which is right for XMP profile.

"SPD slot 4" means that particular RAM stick is plugged in #4 slot in the motherboard.
 
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Yes, BIOS defaults to lowest JDEC values when it's reset, you have to reapply XMP.
According to CPU-Z your memory is running in single channel at about 3000MHz. which is right for XMP profile.

"SPD slot 4" means that particular RAM stick is plugged in #4 slot in the motherboard.
Thanks mike!
could you tell in what cases does the bios default/XMP reset happens?
 
Thanks mike!
could you tell in what cases does the bios default/XMP reset happens?
Only in case BIOS/CMOS cleared and if you take battery out. That may happen if you take out some major component but rarely.
XMP is really just a suggestion to BIOS how to set memory for it's best performance. It's written in memory's firmware in it's control chip. You can't loose it.
 

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