Current Memory Clock

arkal204

New Member
I've been looking around for a few hours and I can't figure out why the Current Memory Clock is so low. Can anyone explain what these values mean?


Everything looks correct under 'Memory Modules', but under 'Memory' it looks very low compared to what I've found online.
Clock - 310.1 MHz = 13.33 x 23.3 MHz
Maximum Supported Memory Clock: 533.3 MHz
These seem low to me, but I don't really understand how they work.

If it's relevant, my MOBO is TUF GAMING B460M-Plus
Thanks in advance.

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Martin

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The bus clock (BCLK) of 23.3 MHz is the problem. This can happen due to Hyper-V or HVCI enabled, but that doesn't seem to be your case.
I'd have to see the HWiNFO Debug File to check why.
 

arkal204

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The bus clock (BCLK) of 23.3 MHz is the problem. This can happen due to Hyper-V or HVCI enabled, but that doesn't seem to be your case.
I'd have to see the HWiNFO Debug File to check why.

I do have Hyper-V enabled for WSL. Is this actually a performance issue if CPU-Z is reporting the correct module clock speed? I'm not entirely sure if the memory is running at the correct clock speed or not. Here's my debug file.

Edit: So CPUz does report my bus clock speed at 99.8 MHz
 

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