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Thread: B85M-ITX - XMP support, false advertising or not?




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    Default B85M-ITX - XMP support, false advertising or not?

    ASRock says about the board: Supports Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 1.3 / 1.2
    ASRock > B85M-ITX
    I can find nothing in BIOS related loading/using XMP settings. BIOS 1.90.
    Memory loads with wrong timings. I can enter the correct ones manually, but it has nothing to do with XMP function they advertise - just can't find it anywhere :(
    Thinking about returning it but want to make sure.
    Anybody has any ideas?
    Thank you

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    Default Re: B85M-ITX - XMP support, false advertising or not?

    Please post a screenshot of the SPD tab in CPU-z. That alone would be would be helpful here.
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    Default Re: B85M-ITX - XMP support, false advertising or not?

    What model memory are you using, the full model number?

    Some models of memory do not have XMP profiles, so the XMP option won't be displayed in the BIOS if the memory does not have any XMP profiles.

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