Ram XMP

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#1

Hi all

  1. When enable XMP in bios does the processor also being overclock ?

  2. After enable XMP does it rising temperature of processor and motherboard ?

  3. Does all of ram able to use XMP or only certain ram on list of ram support XMP by the motherboard ?

Thank


#2

[QUOTE=rainydiary;2787199]Hi all

  1. When enable XMP in bios does the processor also being overclock ?

  2. After enable XMP does it rising temperature of processor and motherboard ?

  3. Does all of ram able to use XMP or only certain ram on list of ram support XMP by the motherboard ?

Thank[/QUOTE]

  1. No, the CPU stays at the same speed.
  2. No.
  3. Not all RAM has an XMP profile, for example DDR4 2133 does not need an XMP profile since this is the default speed that the RAM runs, a kit that is rated for, lets say, 3000Mhz will have an XMP profile that will automatically set the correct speed and timings.