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    Changing the voltage of RAM

    Hello boys I have a small problem, I can not find the option in the BIOS to change the voltage of RAM, help me please. The mobo is an Asus P5KC, I found plenty of options to change frequencies and timings but nothing to voltages.

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    The voltage of the Ram are certainly among other voltages (not in the section on timings and frequency). The voice is usually Dram voltage.

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    Thank you for being straight, however, after finding where the other voltages are, what I see is: VCORE voltage, 3.5V ideal, and 5V to 12V, but not DRAM voltage, any advice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penzoil View Post
    Thank you for being straight, however, after finding where the other voltages are, what I see is: VCORE voltage, 3.5V ideal, and 5V to 12V, but not DRAM voltage, any advice?
    should be on the screen JUMPERFREE CONFIGURATION.
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    Ah, I had not put on manual TO overlcocking . Thanks to all and sorry for the ignorance

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