I have a question, is it common practice for computer stores to not set RAM to run at its rated speed in the Bios as part of the job? Reason why I ask is, recently my friend whom I got into PC gaming a few years ago bought a high end system and was having some trouble which sounded like overheating with the water cooling. So I asked him to get into the bios, take a photo and send. And I noticed that his memory was running at 2133mhz and he's got 3200mhz memory. So all these years, it's been at 2133mhz and it got me thinking, do they not set the xmp profile on the job or do they leave that to the end user by practice? Personally when I've built a system for someone with memory that runs faster than standard, I set it to its rated speed.