... ok. (if you cannot see the images properly click on them.)
because we can run XMPs on the laptop thanks to coreboot and if we really want to flash our own XMPs allowing memory overclocking
make absolutely certain that the sense is never open from the voltage it is sensing, that would result in the memory and probably board dying.
I made a quick test with Dual Channel Dual Rank 2Gbit CFR which doesn't really scale much and I went from not posting (reading 1.55v on dmm) to booting and not being stable at all at 1.7v and finally being stable enough to download, install AIDA and run it at around 1.8v
yes it can, it's likely possible to get VCCSA control which should help a lot with high frequency.
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