10400F XMP problem

My PC:
Intel Core i5-10400F
Gigabyte H510M S2H V2
GOODRAM IRDM X 16GB (2x8GB) 3200 MHz CL16 DDR4

I have question about XMP. I have read that 10400f allows XMP RAM to 3200MHz but when I set XMP as Enabled and set Profile 1 it allows me only to set 2666MHz and clock shows 2667Mhz. Is it problem with my components or am I dumb and can't do it proper way?
 

pcnthuziast

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I believe the 'H' chipset is indeed the limiting factor. Not 100% sure, but may be able to run at 2933 or 3000 if you set everything manually.
 

Cobalt006

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Have you tried going into the bios and setting the memory to 3200 before turning on XMP? I know I had to set my memory to 3200 before turning 0n XMP. Just a thought. I am running a asrock board.
 

Cobalt006

Posts: 1,805   +250
It is possible your ram is not being read right by your motherboard. Do you have any other ram you can try?
 
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