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Overclocking my RAM (3000 to 3200)

So I have 16GB of DDR4 RAM running at dual channel and speed of 3000mhz (CAS Latency 16. Timings, 18-18-18-38). It uses 1.35v to run at these specs and was wondering how I should increase voltage to run at 3200mhz stable. Thanks!

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try without increasing voltage first, and then slowly increase the voltage if it does not work 

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Ram voltage probably wont be needed for that OC attempt. Just change the speed to 3200 and see if it works as 1st step. If not, try relaxing timings a step. On intel systems it is more likely a bump to VCCSA + VCCIO might help, although depending on the mobo sometimes they can default quite high anyway. Ram voltage might be more useful on lowering timings but isn't an area I've really tried.

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