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DFI Motherboard able to do 3.2 Volts VDimm?

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I was just wondering if this motherboard can go up to 3.2 volts of VDimm through bios settings. My ASRock motherboard took a dive on me, and I am in the process of RMA Refunding and thinking of going with this motherboard DFI Thanks for your help.
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I was just wondering if this motherboard can go up to 3.2 volts of VDimm through bios settings. My ASRock motherboard took a dive on me, and I am in the process of RMA Refunding and thinking of going with this motherboard DFI Thanks for your help.
It can go upto 4v on the vdimm
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what DFI board it it? most of them can go up to 4.0v 3.2 is limit than you need to change the jumpers on board to reach 4.0v
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what DFI board it it? most of them can go up to 4.0v 3.2 is limit than you need to change the jumpers on board to reach 4.0v
There is a link within my post for the motherboard. 3.2 volts should suffice. I have BH-5 memory and it should run about ideal at 3.2. Can this one do that?
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Yes this has the +4v jumper and will allow up to 3.2v before the jumper change is required. DO make sure that the PSU used for these DFI MBs is within the specifications.... have a look in the FAQ on these MBs - see link in my sig.

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There is a link within my post for the motherboard. 3.2 volts should suffice. I have BH-5 memory and it should run about ideal at 3.2. Can this one do that?
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