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ddr4 3000mhz 1.368 volt skylake

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JOLO14

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Dec 25, 2016
Hello, is it safe, ok and normal to have and run XMP overclocked ddr4 3000mhz cl15 at 1.368 volts with i7 6700k. I just chose in bios profile 1 on XMP and everything should be set, and it should run at 1.35v. But bios showing 1.368v , no matter in the dram voltage option, there is set 1.35 volt which is showing in red color. Next to this number is 1.368v. Is it safe and ok?

My setup is : i7 6700k 4.4Ghz 1.245v, z170 pro gaming, ddr4 3000mhz cl15.

I overclocked cpu just by set multiplier to 44 and set adaptive voltage according to manual voltage which i use and test on stabillity stress tests. I didnt touch any other settings, only multiplier and cpu voltage.
 
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JOLO14

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Dec 25, 2016
But why real dram voltage is 1.368v when dram voltage is manually set to 1.350v ?
 

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It's not usually ever exact. To have it slightly higher or lower is typical. Lower it a notch if it irks you...however, it's not remotely needed. :)