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    Loading XPM Profile on C6H

    Hi there, I am new to Asus ROG and to be honest this is first time of using ROG motherboard lineup.
    I would like to know if there is menu to automatically adjust RAM parameter to XMP profile?
    I am using Gskill pc 3200 but I need to adjust parameters manually to obtain speed 3200, without knowing exactly if the parameter fits perfectly or not as I only set 14-14-14-34 for the timing.
    need advice on this please

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    XMP is an Intel thing. Most AM4 boards don't have those in the BIOS at all.

    There is no way to enable those settings on the C6H board. Manual settings is the only way to go.

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    It would be nice though if the bios had some of the settings laid out like how ram timings (on the ram sticks) are printed so there's less confusion as to which number goes to what bios setting.

    and you can read the xmp profiles even on amd hardware, so even if there was some sort of licensing fee associated with directly using XMP, Asus could easily provide you the profile and let you manually key in the values side-by-side if they were inclined in that case. Which they dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post
    XMP is an Intel thing. Most AM4 boards don't have those in the BIOS at all.

    There is no way to enable those settings on the C6H board. Manual settings is the only way to go.

    Wrong.

    Just set Overclock Tuner to D.O.C.P, then pick D.O.C.P standard in the next item down which appears.

    Sets the timings, clock speed and voltage automatically.

    That said, it might not run at those speeds if the memory is over 2133. I load the XMP profile then back it off to 2666 on mine.

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    hi, thanks for the suggestion, going to try now. I hope I will not face the 0d issue like my previous setup (manual adjustment).


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