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Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by Sun_King_1992, May 28, 2020.
They are also happening with the late 2019 RBP. At least they have been with mine.
So you managed to get 3200Mhz without using XMP through the BIOS? I am very very curious to see if this could work with BIOS 1.0, I rather have Undervolting so I haven't upgraded the BIOS, so I wonder if I stick these babies in, will I get 3200Mhz and UV .. should I pull the trigger on these? ( I do wonder how much of a performance boost over 2933Mhz it really is.
System booted into windows and crashed after about 30 seconds.
I just ordered the RAM you suggested. Did you have to go into the BIOS to get 3200mhz or did it just work at 3200mhz automatically when you booted?
I am running BIOS 1.0 and will confirm tomorrow if these G-Skill will default to 2400mhz or I get the full 3200mhz as advertised.
So after installing The G-Skill 32GB @ 3200mhz XMP 2.0 Model: F4-3200C18D-32GRS, with BIOS 1.0 I am not able to get 3200mhz, it does however default to 2933mhz, meaning it does work for those who simply want 32gb of RAM at the stock speed.
Now I am in a tough spot, I know if I update the BIOS to 1.3 I will most likely get to 3200mhz but I will loose undervolting. Do you guys think its worth loosing undervolt to get the extra clocks?
Ok, I guess I am talking to myself here. I might end up returning the G.Skill since I don't want to update the BIOS and loose UV. Although I might keep it in case a future BIOS update gives us both XMP and UV and sell the other RAM on Ebay or Amazon.
May you share FireStrike Physics score running at 3200mhz?
This is the top physics score I have running at 2933mhz with an -120 UV.
I am trying to know the results without UV but running at 3200mhz.
Sorry I have been away for a bit. Let me get that score.
One thing that i have noted is the RAM timings that are loaded (non-XMP) are extremely loose.
I am going to run a few tests and see what returns.
Did you have any of the power settings changed on your Razer Performance page for the Blade?
I can tell you, at least from some preliminary runs, sticking with the UV will more than likely be your best bet. Physics scores ( depending on Razer power settings) are between 16.8k to 19.4k .
I see a hard drop 1/2 though the run of 10fps.
As to the 3200 without enabling XMP, I would suspect that Razer
Sorry to reply to an old thread, but did anyone end up solving the XMP bios issue? I have a 2020 Blade 15 Base, and just bought the G.Skill F4-3200C18D-32GRS kit, but mine only runs at 2933. I'm on the bios version 1.3 (came with that version when I bought it) and there the "memory confirmation" option doesn't even show in the bios to allow me to elect the appropriate 3200 profile.
the gskill kit will not work from what i understand, requires to much voltage when xmp is enabled perhaps.. mine just wouldn't boot so i turned it in and bought a kit of corsair xmp 3000 dominator and never looked back.
Are you maybe confusing the G.Skill kit with the Crucial Ballistix kit? The G.Skill kit only runs at 1.2v, but the Ballistix were the ones that were seemingly causing people problems because of them running at 1.35v.
ah maybe. Honestly this is my 6th razer blade, i had issues with g skill and crucial way back and i grabbed the g.skill for this one and promptly realized my mistake. I've really ever only had good luck with xmp and the corsair sodimms in recent history.
Currently looking to upgrade my RAM to 64GB any updates on which ones I should get in terms of speed and stability? I keep seeing mixed results...
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