Question Ram OC only managed to get 3333mhz on a 3600mhz ram

Sep 13, 2021
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Mobo: Biostar Z490T-Silver (2 ram slots)
Ram: ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D50 RGB 16GB (8GBX2) 3600MHz
Cpu: i5-10400f
Gpu: rtx3060 12gb igame ultra w oc
Bios: Latest version

So I tried using xmp profile in the bios, only got to 3200mhz. When I tried to go higher than that my pc went into bios and my ram got reset back into 2600+mhz (I forgot the exact num).
2nd thing I tried was using custom profile with auto timing. I put 3600mhz and when I checked on task manager, the ram speed managed to get to 3333mhz.

https://ibb.co/B4J8Xrp
 
Spec
Mobo: Biostar Z490T-Silver (2 ram slots)
Ram: ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D50 RGB 16GB (8GBX2) 3600MHz
Cpu: i5-10400f
Gpu: rtx3060 12gb igame ultra w oc
Bios: Latest version

So I tried using xmp profile in the bios, only got to 3200mhz. When I tried to go higher than that my pc went into bios and my ram got reset back into 2600+mhz (I forgot the exact num).
2nd thing I tried was using custom profile with auto timing. I put 3600mhz and when I checked on task manager, the ram speed managed to get to 3333mhz.

https://ibb.co/B4J8Xrp
Your CPU officially supports memory up ti 2666MHz. so even 3200MHz is overclocking of it's internal memory controller.
https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/199278/intel-core-i510400f-processor-12m-cache-up-to-4-30-ghz.html
 

Bob.B

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Feb 8, 2021
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Spec
Mobo: Biostar Z490T-Silver (2 ram slots)
Ram: ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D50 RGB 16GB (8GBX2) 3600MHz
Cpu: i5-10400f
Gpu: rtx3060 12gb igame ultra w oc
Bios: Latest version

So I tried using xmp profile in the bios, only got to 3200mhz. When I tried to go higher than that my pc went into bios and my ram got reset back into 2600+mhz (I forgot the exact num).
2nd thing I tried was using custom profile with auto timing. I put 3600mhz and when I checked on task manager, the ram speed managed to get to 3333mhz.

https://ibb.co/B4J8Xrp
Was the ram a kit of 2 or 2 separate sticks?
Do you have the latest bios?
 

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