I've just recently updated my MSI 990FXA-GD65 motherboard's BIOS to the most recent version in an attempt to remedy some incorrect temperature sensor readings (an issue which isn't completely resolved but alas...), and in the process am now having difficulty with my RAM timings.
I'm using 2x4GB sticks of Corsair 1866MHz memory (CMZ8GX3M2A1866C9B to be precise), which defaults to 1333MHz. I'm aware of these defaults and have simply increased the frequency in the past through the BIOS to what Corsair suggest to utilize to achieve the 1866MHz speeds with stability.
However, the recommended clock speeds for this memory at 1866MHz are 9-10-9-24 (with mention of XMP also), and now, when I set the speed to 1866MHz in the BIOS options, I'm given clock speeds of 9-11-11-29, with no mention of XMP.
I'm aware I'm not using an Intel based motherboard, and I'm seeing that XMP may not be available to AMD boards (although I'm unsure if this is true). However, I don't believe this caused me any issues previously.
Just wondering if these odd clock speeds are likely to give me any trouble? Previous versions of this BIOS enabled me to increase the frequency to 1866MHz and automatically activated the correct clock timings without issue so I'm hoping that even with these odd timings that may be the case anyway.