[SOLVED] My jdec frequency's are different? Does it mean the ram is defective or used before to overclock

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My cpuz jdec frequency's are not all the same does it mean the ram I got was used to overclock before or are they defective? Please answer me ASAP. I got 3600 MHz ram for my 2700x cpu and arorus elite mb.
 
My cpuz jdec frequency's are not all the same does it mean the ram I got was used to overclock before or are they defective? Please answer me ASAP. I got 3600 MHz ram for my 2700x cpu and arorus elite mb.
The three speeds WILL be different. One is jdec base speed, typically 2133, next is probably around 2400 and third will be XMP, in your case 3600. This is normal.
 
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I got 4 sticks of 3600 MHz ram and the jdec frequency's are not the same does it mean the ram was used for overclocking or are they defective? Please answer me please.
 
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I would like to know why my 3600 MHz ram frequency's are all different. one is 1309. Another is 1333 and another is 1333 and the xmp is 3596 is this ram defective or has it been overclocked?
 
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Hi I bought 2 pack of ram 2 x 8 x 2 packs but one stick is slower than the rest in cpu z should I return them? This is about the ram timings...
 

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