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Old 5th December, 2002, 02:03 AM
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Attn: ET, Holst or ? VDimm on 8rda+

Gentlemen- I amexpecting my 8Rda+ (from Newegg) on Friday,12-6-02. I had ordered another brand but went with the Epox for a number of reasons:
1-Volt Adjustments in Bios (retired the soldering iron).
2- 3 phase power.
3- This forum and the helpful and respectful advice.

I currently have a dually MP 2000+ also but am pretty new to the oc scene.

Question- Is there anything in the works (via bios adj) to up VDimm voltage past 2.9 ? I have Kingmaxx DDR 400 that "loves"
high voltage for 1t (3.2 was norm on KX7-333 that I also have).

Anyones input ?
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