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Help me! My new memory is too slow!

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Hello, iam very new with this, so please dont hate me!
My new system specs are in my Signature

Now, my problem, my new Ram memories, are supposed to run at 1.65 volt, and im not sure witch settning to change, is it the Dram bus voltage?

And when i do change that(Dram Bus voltage) it gives me a little red warning under it saying "This may permanently damage your cpu", but i CAN ignore it, but do i dare? :S

After changing the Dram bus voltage, how do i change the frequency of the ram? i found one settning but it said it only worked if the cpu was "Fixed" or something like that...

I do run my CPU with the "crazy" settning, because i feel i got good cooling for it, and i dont get any bad temperatures..

Anywho, here are some screenshots:



Thank you SO much for trying to help, i really appriciate it guys.. you're awesome.
    
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Your memory is running 1500Mhz, timings are 9-9-9 24.
You can change the memory frequency by upping the ram divider, or increasing the bclk, I usually use a combination of both to reach the mem speed I want.
It is OK to set the dram bus voltage to 1.66, think all motherboards lack the 1.65 option & turn pink at 1.66. Memory can be run at higher voltage still, but the qpi/vtt voltage must be a maximum of .5V difference from the dram bus voltage.
The uncore has to be minimum 1.5x the memory frequency, the uncore frequency will usually increase with the memory frequency when set to auto, so may need a bit more voltage when the memory is running faster.
    
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I will try to experiment with the information you gave me.

Thank you so much!
    
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