easy way would be to leave the auto option for timings then just set the voltage to 1.65 and it will be in the set voltage section under dram voltage ( may just be dramv for short sometimes )
a lot of times ram to run at 667 aka1333mhz it will run at 1.5 but under it's xmp profile it needs 1.65 to run at 800 aka 1600mhz. hope it helps :thumb: oh and welcome to hwc great site and great folks :funky:
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