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Old 03-06-10, 03:29 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Question MSI NF980-G65 mem question.


Does the MSI NF980-G65 support memory voltages as low as 1.35v? I can't get a straight answer from MSI, one support guy flat out said he didn't know, and the other just said what I already knew, it's "default" voltage is 1.5v, yea OK but does it go any lower?...

Now what I want to know before I order myself a board is 1: Will the bios allow memory voltages low as 1.35v? 2: Would the board accept 1600mhz memory running at 1.35v? 3: When it says 1600 and higher memory is OC only does that mean the CPU has to be overclocked or?

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