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    Posted: 08 Jun 2023 at 8:05pm
Hello, I have an ASROCK B365M Phantom Gaming 4, BIOS version P4.30, I installed a 2666Ghz DDR4 memory, but from the BIOS it won't let me set the frequency, any solution?, I have looked in google and help but I can't find a solution, according to ASRock this board supports up to 2666Ghz. thank you so much
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Under the "OC Tweaker" tab in your UEFI, DRAM Settings -> Load XMP - Enable.
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Thanks for helping,

What you tell me about XMP Load in my BIOS P4.30 does not appear, and manually it only leaves me up to 2400, I am desperate since I bought the new T-Forge RAM from Teamgroup and I am not getting any performance out of it.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Xaltar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Jun 2023 at 11:20pm
If the setting is missing then it's likely intel forced ASRock to remove it. Technically
XMP is "overclocking" which intel only allow on their z series chipsets. Motherboard
manufacturers often enable XMP anyway but intel will sometimes get angry and force
them to remove it again.

That said, if your RAM is 2666 you are not missing out on any noticeable performance
if you are running at 2400. In games you will not see more than a single FPS
difference in most titles.

The difference between 2666 and 2400 is actually very small in practical use.

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Originally posted by hoockian hoockian wrote:

Hello, I have an ASROCK B365M Phantom Gaming 4, BIOS version P4.30, I installed a 2666Ghz DDR4 memory, but from the BIOS it won't let me set the frequency, any solution?, I have looked in google and help but I can't find a solution, according to ASRock this board supports up to 2666Ghz. thank you so much


"Hi there,

I had a similar issue with my ASRock B365M Phantom Gaming 4 motherboard. Updating the BIOS to the latest version and enabling the XMP/DOCP profile did the trick for me. Make sure to follow the instructions provided by ASRock carefully. If you're still facing difficulties, reaching out to ASRock's technical support could provide further assistance tailored to your specific motherboard model. Good luck!

Best regards,"

Edited by Xaltar - 08 Aug 2023 at 2:50am
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