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RAM Overclocking

So I have 16GB of DDR4 3000 (Running in dual-channel) that runs at 16-18-18-18-38 timings (16 is CL) running at 1.35v. If I overclocked the RAM to 3200, how should I adjust voltage? I have a MOBO that says it supports up to 3200mhz (On Newegg), but on the ASUS website it says up to 3466mhz and in the bios, it gives me that option too. Thanks.

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We can't tell you how much voltage you'll need to get to 3200. It'll be different for every mobo+memory sticks. You may need to relax the timings a bit to get to 3200. 

 

Memory overclocking does not really give you much.... so proceed at your own risk. 

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