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If I enable XMP, do I still need to set the DRAM voltages?


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Oh and it seems overclocking doesn't support XMP, so I assume I manually set the values then. it's 9-9-9-24, what about the rest?

Can you explain this a little better? XMP IS overclocking. It is just setting the values for you.

 

If you have recieved a message that says "overclocking failed" and the system goes back to defaults you may have to raise QPI/VTT(memory controller) voltage.

Start off with 1.35v and see if that gets XMP stable.

QPI voltage seems to be the only thing XMP does not always set correctly, or needs to be raised depending on CPU.

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Can you explain this a little better? XMP IS overclocking. It is just setting the values for you.

 

If you have recieved a message that says "overclocking failed" and the system goes back to defaults you may have to raise QPI/VTT(memory controller) voltage.

Start off with 1.35v and see if that gets XMP stable.

QPI voltage seems to be the only thing XMP does not always set correctly, or needs to be raised depending on CPU.

 

Well enabling XMP sets all my clocks and such to stock. CPU, ram, etc.

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