Question Memory Frequncy not showing correctly

Aug 29, 2020
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My Ram is a Patriot Viper 2x4GB 3000Mhz, my MOBO(Asus Prime A320M-K) doesnt support 3000Mhz( support 2933 and 3200, both tagged with OC), but it supports 2933Mhz. So I put 2933, activated the D.O.C.P(that's supposed to be Memory OC) and set to 2933. But I used Task Manager and Cpu-Z and it shows a totally wrong value, on mobo is 2933. And idk how to change it to be 2933 for real, not this error.
It should show on bios 2933 and on task manager and cpu z too, right? Ty for help!
View: http://imgur.com/gallery/VFzLYX7
 
Task Manager shows RAM running at 1/2 its real speed because of something with dual channel. Your RAM is running at 3000MHz.
My Ram is a Patriot Viper 2x4GB 3000Mhz, my MOBO(Asus Prime A320M-K) doesnt support 3000Mhz( support 2933 and 3200, both tagged with OC), but it supports 2933Mhz. So I put 2933, activated the D.O.C.P(that's supposed to be Memory OC) and set to 2933. But I used Task Manager and Cpu-Z and it shows a totally wrong value, on mobo is 2933. And idk how to change it to be 2933 for real, not this error.
It should show on bios 2933 and on task manager and cpu z too, right? Ty for help!
View: http://imgur.com/gallery/VFzLYX7
it's not because of "because of something with dual channel" but because it's DDR memory (Double Data Rate) Windows Task manager and most programs show it's base frequency you have to multiply by 2 for effective memory speed.
 

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