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Evga 680 bios question

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Hello all!!!

So i was wondering, there is an option in the bios that once activated, enables SLI memory. what effect does this have on my memory? does it overclock it? should this option be selected if i am not running sli?
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Yes it have the sli memory option.Look in this guide is all the same.=http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ing-guide.html
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SLI memory just means it has been tested on this board and the memory has EPP (Enhanced Performance Profile). When you overclock your memory, the timings will adjust according to the manufacturer's pre-set specs. I do not recommend you enabling it. Also, make sure your memory voltage is set to stock and not the default 1.85v.
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