Why is my ram running at 2133 MHz instead of 3000 MHz

FlameDrop13

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I am currently running

Ryzen 7 1800x
Asus Strix b350-f
G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 3000mhz

I tried finding XMP kit and couldn’t see it

Plz help me if I can
 
Yes it can however with the Bios update you have more choice in settings and if stable at 2933Mhz then leave it at that.
Some things that can help stability are looser timings and now the ability to change command rate to 2T.
Playing around with timings is safe to try different settings however I don't recommend uping DRAM voltage beyond 1.4V.
 

delaro

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Have you updated the Bios to the latest available and then turned on the XMP profile? It worked flawlessly in an AORUS GA-AX370, Fatal1ty X370, and Tachi X370 though initially running at 2933mhz after XMP was on.
 
Hi FlameDrop13 :)

The reason your RAM will not run at their rated SPD is because they are OC RAM and not the JDEC standard and therefore XMP profiles will not work.
I recommend first updating your Bios to 4011.
Obtain your SPD Timings and voltage from either Tools section of Bios or CPUz in Windows.
Manually enter these values in Bios with just one DIMM module in first slot to try.
If still no go then list the Part No of your RAM kit.
 

FlameDrop13

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I just updated bios and went to ezmode. I looked where it says docp and there is only profile one. No xmp
 
Yes it can however with the Bios update you have more choice in settings and if stable at 2933Mhz then leave it at that.
Some things that can help stability are looser timings and now the ability to change command rate to 2T.
Playing around with timings is safe to try different settings however I don't recommend uping DRAM voltage beyond 1.4V.
 

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