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DDR3-1866 memory, i3-3225, asus p8b75

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Does anyone know if you can set memory speed higher than 1600mhz with an i3-3225? if I set the memory to 1866 it will not boot, timings are looser than xmp profile

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my samsung rams work at 1866 on my i3-2120. Im going to assume that ivy bridge has a better memory controller.
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apparently any rev, of the ASUS P8B75 mobos do not support the XMP memory profile very well... seems like a board problem's POSTing with XMP ram
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