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Question Ram Speed is always 2133 Mhz

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I have two different ram sticks one is Corsair Vengeance 8Gb 3000 Mhz and other is Gskill Ripjaws 8Gb 3200 Mhz. But my default ram speed is 2133Mhz I tried to load the XMP profile through my bios but after successful reboot its still on 2133 Mhz.. Any help?

CPU= Ryzen 7 2700
MOBO= Asrock b450 Steel legend
RAM= 16 Gb Corsair(3000) and Gskill(3200)
GPU= RX 570
SSD = 500gb
 
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I have two different ram sticks one is Corsair Vengeance 8Gb 3000 Mhz and other is Gskill Ripjaws 8Gb 3200 Mhz. But my default ram speed is 2133Mhz I tried to load the XMP profile through my bios but after successful reboot its still on 2133 Mhz.. Any help?

CPU= Ryzen 7 2700
MOBO= Asrock b450 Steel legend
RAM= 16 Gb Corsair(3000) and Gskill(3200)
GPU= RX 570
SSD = 500gb
Given that you use 2 different models (and brands) of RAM, it is highly likely that these sticks have different XMP profile.
Therefore your PC reverts to the only common profile, which is the basic JEDEC profile.
Your only possibility whould be, in the BIOS, to manually apply 3000 Mhz with 1.20 or 1.35 volts, with the timings with the highest numbers (16 if for example one stick has CL14 and the other CL16)
 

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