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How do I increase the VSA Voltage Offset without knowing its value?

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2017/04/20 18:58:36 (permalink)
x99 classified, 6850k cpu. 

I would like to increase this value in order to overclock my ram. However it does not display what its current value is and does not allow me to enter a voltage as described in the manual. Instead I have to use some +value.

While overclocking my ram I noticed that Dimm1 disappears if I go above 3200MHz. I have read this could assist me in overclocking my ram. 

6850k 4.4GHz
16GB Corsair RAM 3200MHz
x99 Classified
EVGA 1080 SLI FTBurn edition
512GB NVME
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    Exnetic
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    Re: How do I increase the VSA Voltage Offset without knowing its value? 2017/04/21 12:49:31 (permalink)
    Yes that is annoying, i wish evga uppdated the bios to show all voltages for everything.
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    valzero
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    Re: How do I increase the VSA Voltage Offset without knowing its value? 2017/04/21 13:31:49 (permalink)
    Hey we just got a bios update, so ram can use lights! xD More than annoying it makes the classified motherboard far from "enthusiast". 

    6850k 4.4GHz
    16GB Corsair RAM 3200MHz
    x99 Classified
    EVGA 1080 SLI FTBurn edition
    512GB NVME
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