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I would like to attempt to reduce the timings of my RAM, but I only see a way to increase the VDIMM via AI Booster. Is there a program to change the RAM timings as well?
 

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why not just go directly into the bios to change them?

you should have all the functions you need right there plus you know you have compatibility rather then a program which might/might not work
 

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I just now found the option to allow me to change the RAM timings manually. Wasn't exactly in the spot that I would expect...
 

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How high does your BIOS let it go? i know mine limits me to 2.1v.
 

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i wouldn't go over 2.1 to be safe. unless you have good airflow over the heatspreaders.
 

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With only 2.1V? If there is, then that is why I want to know what the limit is. For example, my Pentium D 930 has a listed limit of 1.4V, and a general rule I have heard is do not exceed 10% past the listed maximum, so I shouldn't go past 1.54V for my vcore.
 

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ooo, noo sorry not with only 2.1v.
 
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