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post #50 of (permalink) Old 02-04-2019, 11:16 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
Your post doesn't say anything near to that. You told him he should sell the kit or run the memory at a lower frequency. If the system is stable, those voltages aren't an issue. Some CPU may even need more than this for 4K+.
That is right, i told him to sell it because i don't see the point keeping the Ram if he wont be able to make them run at it is rated speed or if he can run it at 4000MHz with lower VCCIO/VCSSA voltage it would be better rather than adding extra voltage just to make it run at 4100+ knowing that in daily use you wont see any difference from 4000MHz to 4100MHz+, that been said, i don't think it is worth the extra voltage when you wont see any real gain.

Note: for benching every single MHz counts in order to achieve a goal and voltage added/used is justifiable but for for daily use i don't think so.

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