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Except Mr. Hallock was very wrong in that regard, along with a couple other recommendation (e.g. not going over 80ohm ProcODT unless you had liquid cooling). 1.9v is much more realistic in regard to RAM upper limits.

Because anything with more ohms and voltage going thru it will get hotter then something with lower ohms. Think of it as resistance and voltage has to push thru it, if it flows freely wont get as hot as something that has to push thru. It's hard to understand but its why a cable with high resistance can get hotter then one with less.

Pretty sure though that 1.5v is the max for DRAM voltage from what ive seen online but thats online who knows how true it is. I think from what ive read is that 1.65 is the absolute MAX voltage for DDR4, DDR3 is even more.
    
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Because anything with more ohms and voltage going thru it will get hotter then something with lower ohms. Think of it as resistance and voltage has to push thru it, if it flows freely wont get as hot as something that has to push thru. It's hard to understand but its why a cable with high resistance can get hotter then one with less.

Pretty sure though that 1.5v is the max for DRAM voltage from what ive seen online but thats online who knows how true it is. I think from what ive read is that 1.65 is the absolute MAX voltage for DDR4, DDR3 is even more.

So pick your poison with the source; Asus has told us all of them are acceptable to use. In regard to the RAM, 1.5 is the highest voltage that can be used for XMP certification, it is far from the max voltage. Again, everyone will believe the sources they believe but quoting one of them over the other because it fits a certain belief doesn't make it true. Mr. Hallock says 1.425v is the max for the CPU, others report 1.45.
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Going over it quickly, it's def questionable lol. I mean DRAM max voltage of 1.9v? Even Robert Hallock has said max is 1.5v for RAM, id rather take his advice and raja/elmor/stilts then the tomshardware noobs

I'm shocked you would call the author a Noob - they say he is a French authority! biggrin.gif

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"Jean-Michel "Wizerty" Tisserand is a French extreme overclocker, and former OC world champion. Passionate and curious, he's always into pushing hardware to its limits. Willing to transmit his knowledge, he created the French Overclocking Federation, and writes merciless hardware torture articles!"
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Perhaps a silly question but is there any difference other than date of release from the beta 1107 BIOS elmor linked us to and the "official" 1107 BIOS release now posted on the Asus support page?
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I'm shocked you would call the author a Noob - they say he is a French authority! biggrin.gif

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"Jean-Michel "Wizerty" Tisserand is a French extreme overclocker, and former OC world champion. Passionate and curious, he's always into pushing hardware to its limits. Willing to transmit his knowledge, he created the French Overclocking Federation, and writes merciless hardware torture articles!"

I found his CPU voltage information a bit odd:

"CPU Core Voltage Override: This allows you to regulate your processor's core voltage. Asus advises against exceeding 1.4V. AMD recommends a 1.35V maximum voltage for long-term overclocks, and although the company says Ryzen can withstand 1.45V, longevity may be affected."

"Given these conditions, it is difficult to recommend a core voltage in excess of 1.3 to 1.35V for daily usage."

I've not seen where Asus advises against exceeding 1.4V, nor where AMD said 1.35 V is a daily driver maximum. I do recall AMD saying above 1.45V can degrade a Ryzen over time, and Robert Hallock saying to try to stay under 1.425.
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I'm shocked you would call the author a Noob - they say he is a French authority! biggrin.gif

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Honestly he's probably the only one haha. The french are so far backwards in technology its ridiculous, up until recently everyone was running ADSL (and still do its insane). But finally getting fiber in this building and going from 12/800kbps to 200/100mbps. The french aren't really known for any PC knowledge of anything haha.
    
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This thread is losing steam, guess 1107 is very stable biggrin.gif

Not for me! rolleyes.gif
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4Ghz 1.19v
elmor0005_mini_3650.jpg

So a BCLK change allows you to use a lower vcore? How can you get 4ghz with 1.19V only? (sorry, I'm on a X370 PRO but I'm curious)

Mhh...I guess is because you can set a lower multiplier?
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So a BCLK change allows you to use a lower vcore? How can you get 4ghz with 1.19V only? (sorry, I'm on a X370 PRO but I'm curious)

Mhh...I guess is because you can set a lower multiplier?

@Xevi

I call BS. I can use Pstates and take a screen shot when it's lowering Vcore post a bench too. rolleyes.gif
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Mmm ok. smile.gif that looked weird to me.
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