If the OC is working at 3200 Mhz, should the task manager memory tab say 2133, or 3200?16G sticks are dual rank.
Most manufacturers specify 'official' support for the JEDEC standard that tops out at 2133. Frequencies over that are classified as 'overclock'. The SPD value are the values from the frequency table on the RAM, which is what you've been using them at.
Yes, I did all that.
That's all I did. The only difference is speed because the RAM in my wife's machine only has a profile for 3000 not 3200.Yes, I did all that.
Selected the XMP profile.
Changed the Frequency to 3200
Save and exit.
That should changed it, right? But it didn't in my case. It didn't hold. I worked with Asrock support and they told me to try 29xx, and it didn't work neither.
You have any trick that I am not doing?
I am on P3.30 which is good for AMD 3000 generation and I am on 7 2700x, which is a second generation. I didn't update to the 3.40, figuring that if it works, don't fix it.That's all I did. The only difference is speed because the RAM in my wife's machine only has a profile for 3000 not 3200.
I would try beers suggestion of updating to a newer BIOS release if you are not on the latest.
I am starting to wonder if I had made a mistake sending the MO out.Yea... I'm not surprised that it got delayed. Covid 19 is wreaking havoc on parcel services. Increase parcel volumes coupled with safety measures in the sorting plant means it's christmas levels of parcel volume with less staff efficiency to move the packages around.