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I have a set of these, which I got 2 years ago. Its voltage is currently1.65v, which was the recommended voltage listed years ago. It's 1.60v now, oddly enough. The XMP profile also says 1.60v.:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231303

I currently have it with XMP-profile settings, aside from the voltage. Tell me about how I can improve the timings.
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well, any changes you make to the timings, will effectivly disable XMP mode, if you have ram that you believe is good for over clocking, search it on here and see what other people have come up with.

some timing changes need more voltage, or higher cl, ect.
   
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well, any changes you make to the timings, will effectivly disable XMP mode, if you have ram that you believe is good for over clocking, search it on here and see what other people have come up with.

some timing changes need more voltage, or higher cl, ect.
On my board, you can apply changes over the XMP settings.
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right, however, once u change a setting, its no longer XMP but a custom setting.

XMP basically means the settings pre programed fromt he manufacturer inwhich the chipset inside the ram sends a signal to the mobo, once u change these settings your no longer fallowing XMP, even though its still called that.

XMP= a specific set of settings and timings from the manufacturer,

Changing any of those settings from xmp = no longer XMP even though your still selecting the XMP setting and changing stuff.

your best bet, as i said before, was to find what other people have found and see what they can do.
   
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