Question My PC won't shut down when I run my ram at 3600 mhz as intended

Aug 25, 2022
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I have 32 GB of 3600 corsair vengeance ram, in bios when I choose the auto clock speed it sets to 3466, so I decided to manually choose 3600. However, whenever I would try to shut down my PC, it would just turn right back on, I went into bios and switched it back to the auto 3466, and it was shutting down fine after that, I know the difference is minimal, but I'm still curious as to why this is happening.

PC Specs:
Mobo: MSI B560M Pro VDH-Wifi
Ram: Corsair vengeance DDR4 3600 mhz (4x8GB)
CPU: i5-11400F
GPU: RTX 3070 ti
PSU: EVGA 750W
 
I have 32 GB of 3600 corsair vengeance ram, in bios when I choose the auto clock speed it sets to 3466, so I decided to manually choose 3600. However, whenever I would try to shut down my PC, it would just turn right back on, I went into bios and switched it back to the auto 3466, and it was shutting down fine after that, I know the difference is minimal, but I'm still curious as to why this is happening.

PC Specs:
Mobo: MSI B560M Pro VDH-Wifi
Ram: Corsair vengeance DDR4 3600 mhz (4x8GB)
CPU: i5-11400F
GPU: RTX 3070 ti
PSU: EVGA 750W
Using 4 sticks puts more load on IMC. it's usually difficult to achieve higher speeds.
 
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