Imgur link to BIOS screenshots/pics: https://imgur.com/gallery/Op4f0Tk Hello there guys, Recently I noticed my 3200 MHz RAM (as certified by the manufacturer) is only running at 2133 MHz. To rectify this I went into my BIOS and changed the "Auto" setting to XMP ("XMP ... 3200 MHz as labelled). Unfortunately when I rebooted my machine and viewed RAM speed in the task manager it still reads as 2133 MHz. I also tried changing "Load DRAM profile" to the one listed as "2x 16 GB 3200 MHz" but the same thing occurred -- the task manager still reads as 2133 MHz instead of 3200 MHz. What should I do? Am I doing something wrong? In one of those screenshots you can see that I press "Save changes and exit" and the changes do appear to be saved since when I reboot into the BIOS it still has the XMP profile selected. Thanks for your help and time, I appreciate it. EDIT: If it's relevant, I did update my BIOS maybe 7 months ago or some such since Paul'sHardware recommended maybe doing so if you're using a Ryzen processor (I am -- 3900X). Perhaps this is when it got borked? I've been noticing quite a lot of microstuttering at high framerates in my games recently and I'm wondering now if this RAM speed is the reason. Thanks again, EDIT #2: Motherboard is "X570 Phantom Gaming 4" if it's relevant and I'm using a 3900X + 2080 Super and the RAM is 2x16 Gig sticks of "G.Skill TridentZ RGB 32GB DDR4 3200MHz". Going off what I'm reading online, I may attempt to update my BIOS to the latest version then try again -- there have been a couple bios updates since the last time I updated it.