When enabling X.M.P it increases some value from 100.00MHz to 125.00MHz. Forgot the name and I'm pretty sure it's not base clock.
Check what core and uncore frequency it is running right now in Operating System and I'll tell you what to change.
Use HWMonitor (Hwinfo64 works too) and/or CPU-Z to get better voltage, temperature and clock speed readings.
Yes, When I Enabled XMP CPU Strap and BCLK Frequency changed from 100MHz to 125MHz as I said on my 1st post.
because my ram speed is above 2666MHz (3000MHz)
you can see in this image ( http://up.ibda3gate.com/do.php?img=5685 )
Core = 4.5 ( 36 x 125 = 4500 ) 1.250v = Manual
uncore = 4.25 ( 34 x 125 = 4250 ) 1.440=Auto
Edited by Basem88 - 9/29/16 at 12:29am