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wondering if increasing IMC voltage will enable otherwise unstable RAM timings to become stable??
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Not neccesarily, IMC voltage is not a quick fix, but it does improve stability to a degree
, However as long as IMC and Dramm Voltage are within 0.5V's off each other than that is fine. Also What do you mean by unstable ram timings?
Do you mean unstable ram in general?
 

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Iam running my DDR3 2000 9 9 9 24 ram at DDR2 1900 8 8 8 24, but with the new BIOS 8 8 8 24 is unstable.
so I just increased IMC voltage to see if I can get it stabilised.
Let ya know after a few hours of Prime
 

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Could It be that you are not running ram @ 1.65v?
 

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yes Iam at 1.65v.

Cool
, Prime 95 it is....
 
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