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I bought a Power Spec PC last September from Micro Center in Denver and it was supposed to have 32GB of G Skill DDR4-3200MHz installed. The specs below are from their website. I just recently looked into the BIOS for the first time and saw that the G. Skill RAM installed was actually 2133MHz. How big a deal is that? The only problems I'm having with FSX-SE is massive pauses and stutters around FS Dream Team airports(and that's using default AC). I even get minor stutters and pauses elsewhere. Would the faster RAM alleviate some of those?

Thanks!

Bruce

 

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It may actually be 3200 RAM installed and you need to enable the XMP setting in the BIOS.

Just a hunch.

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You are correct!! Enabled XMP and now showing 3200MHz! Much appreciated!

Thank you!!

Bruce

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