Question How can I find my XMP Setting in bios?

Apr 15, 2021
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I have a Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. H310M H 2.0 (U3E1) Motherboard, Intel Core i5 9400F @ 2.90GHz. I've been looking everywhere in BIOS for the XMP Setting and I can't find it. Someone please help.
 

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XMP is Intel eXtreme Memory Profile, and as such is copywrited, so cannot be used under that term without both permission and royalties. Asus got around that by making their own version, DOCP (Dram Over Clock Profile) which basically has the same results, just goes about it slightly differently. Gigabyte used EOCP (Extended Over Clock Profiles) and ASRock uses A-XMP, although that's kinda pushing tolerances.

Everybody just calls it XMP for simplicity and common usage, but it can be labeled in bios differently.
 
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Apr 15, 2021
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XMP is Intel eXtreme Memory Profile, and as such is copywrited, so cannot be used under that term without both permission and royalties. Asus got around that by making their own version, DOCP (Dram Over Clock Profile) which basically has the same results, just goes about it slightly differently. Gigabyte used EOCP (Extended Over Clock Profiles) and ASRock uses A-XMP, although that's kinda pushing tolerances.

Everybody just calls it XMP for simplicity and common usage, but it can be labeled in bios differently.
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XMP is Intel eXtreme Memory Profile, and as such is copywrited, so cannot be used under that term without both permission and royalties. Asus got around that by making their own version, DOCP (Dram Over Clock Profile) which basically has the same results, just goes about it slightly differently. Gigabyte used EOCP (Extended Over Clock Profiles) and ASRock uses A-XMP, although that's kinda pushing tolerances.

Everybody just calls it XMP for simplicity and common usage, but it can be labeled in bios differently.
XMP is Intel technology. Asus, Gigabyte,Asrock - all san use the term on Intel chipset boards.

DOCP, A-XMP, EOCP - are technology names used on AMD systems.
 

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