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So I went into my bios and set my ram voltage to 1.6v. When I look in CPU-Z and AIDA64 Extreme it shows my voltage as 1.5v. Any idea why? Thanks
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Its called vdroop. Every board has it. Some worse than others. You may have a setting in your bios that will eleminate some of it. Or check out the AMD OCing guides to see if there maay be a physical fix for your board.
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Nothing in my bios. Oh well, shouldn't be that big of a deal, I was just curious. THanks
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Yeah. As long as your OC is stable there is really no need worry about it.

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