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I have 32Gb of Kingston 2133MHz Ram with timings of (11,12,11,30,2t). I have the IMC set to 1.64Vdc on the 3930 to achieve this speed. I think the IMC of the 4930 can only be set to 1.50Vdc ? So my question is will my ram still run at it's rated 2133MHz speed with the lower IMC voltage of the 4930 ?
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I think you are confusing the voltages Dantrax. You say you have the IMC set to 1.64v, do you mean DRAM voltage? VCCIO is the memory controller voltage and should not be anywhere near 1.64v.
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Yes I believe I am confused. I thought the cpu determined how high your dram volts could be set.
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1.65v is kinda standard for RAM, intel's official spec has been 1.5v recently but that doesn't mean much
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Thanks Cyro999, Yeah I saw the Intel 1.5vdc ram volts spec. I just didn't want to upgrade my cpu to find out I have to "surprise" get new ram as well.
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