So I tried to upgrade my ram today from the 16gb 3200mhz RAM that was installed in my prebuilt pc I bought a few years ago, an Omen 30L. I purchased 32gb of 3200mhz GSkill ripjaws ram and installed it. The thing is the RAM is running at 2666mhz. I booted into the BIOS to change the mhz but was unable to. I searched some videos and the BIOS these people had was different than mine even though we had the same prebuilt. I read that there was a new BIOS update and it allowed access to change the RAM speed. I attempted to update my BIOS on the HP website but the installer said the BIOS update I was trying to install was older than what I currently had installed which is weird because I am unable to change my RAM speed. Anyone able to help me either update my BIOS or show me where I am going wrong in navigating my current BIOS installation?
Are you able to change the speed of the original ram kit in the bios? If you aren't HP might of locked down the bios preventing any overclocking.
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