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Memory speed stuck at 1333Mhz with E3-1265v2 & 1600Mhz RAM


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Hi,

 

I have upgraded from G1610T to E3-1265Lv2 with success but the memory speed which is still stuck at 1333MHz instead of 1600Mhz.

 

I have 2 x 4GB DIMMs with one be the original HPE DIMM and the other a Crucial 4GB 240 Pin DDR3 1600 MTps PC3-12800 CL11 Unbuffered ECC UDIMM Memory Module )(https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00IW4M9PK/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item)

 

The iLO memory summary is always showing:

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and while I am on the latest firmware ....

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The BIOS options available are : 1066, 1333, Auto

I have also tried the power setting to "max performance" but still the memory speed remains to 1333Mhz

 

Any ideas on how to set the memory operating frequency to 1600Mhz ?

 

 


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That appears to be a e3-1265l not a e3-1265l v2. The e3-1265l does not show up in intel ark, but others have said it has the same specs as a e3-1260l, 2.4Ghz CPU clock and 1333Mhz memory clock.

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You are correct. I thought I purchased the v2 version of the CPU. I confirm v1 supports up to 1333Mhz.

 

Thank you for your help.

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Also mine for comparison - I have the V2 -> and one original slower 1333 MHz 4 GB and one 8GB faster 1600 MHz - thus running on the slower operating FQ of the both. I can confirm - I just tried recently a 16 GB IBM ECC RAM stick - but does not boot... so max is 2x8 GB -> what does mean  the HPE Memory  (HPE SmartMemory) - status mean....?  Does this is just to inform us that it is a HP memory with special part number? or any additional "special" RAM feature in HP memories?

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  • 3 months later...

I have an E3-1220 V2 in my MS with 1600mhz udimms, but the os reports they're configured to run at 1333mhz. Any ideas if that's a limitation from the processor etc?

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