MSI added the Memory Try It! feature to their budget oriented B560 motherboards. This option basically allows RAM overclocking over XMP taking CPU IO2 voltage, SA voltage and timings into account.

The feature is enabled on MSI’s B460 motherboards but since Intel laxed their memory overclocking for the newer 500 series chipsets, budget oriented boards could get an even better boost using the UEFI option. Here’s more about it directly from MSI themselves:

One of the new features introduced to the B560 chipset is the support of RAM overclocking. On B460 systems, RAM frequency is limited to DDR4-2933 or DDD4-2666 depending on which processor is used. Now on B560 systems, you can overclock RAM and improve your gaming performance.

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In addition to Intel XMP, MSI “Memory Try It!” offers more support for overclocking. It has more than 100 overclocking profiles to push your RAM further than XMP can. In this article, we’ll teach you how to overclock your RAM on an MSI B560 motherboard with XMP and “Memory Try It!”, and see what benefits they bring for gaming.

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Memory Try It! offers more than 100 overclocking profiles for popular RAM chips such as Samsung, Hynix, Micron, etc. You can overclock your RAM with higher frequency and tighter timings than by using XMP. You just need to select the profiles and test if your system is stable. If it’s stable then you can try profiles with higher frequency and tighter timings until you find the maximum stable settings.

You can also adjust the parameters to achieve better performance based on Memory Try It!.

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