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Old 03-10-2016, 05:34 PM
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Question F3 - 2666C12 - 8GTXD (x2) - Z97 pro- intel i7-4790

Hello everyone,
i have a ddr3 2666mhz but it show me 667 mhz speed even when i activate xmp (by motherboard button or bios)

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i'm rlly new but should i change my RAM because it's one is not listed in my motherboard's manual as u can see here:

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please if u have a idea, be clear, precise and patient with me

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To check your current memory frequency you have to look at CPU-Z > Memory tab > DRAM frequency. It should show 1333MHz when the XMP is enabled (1333MHz = DDR3-2666). The CPU-Z Max Bandwidth entry only shows the fastest available standard profile and does not take the XMP into account.

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