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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    Oh yeah I have that setup, in a K39. I've just checked it out because it interested me and according to the on-DIMM sensor, with a silent setup of 900RPM (NF-A12x15), ram temps went into the high 60's at 1.40V VDIMM (69°C @ 22°C ambient, during Karhu which is gonna be one of the hottest tasks...
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    The IMC isn't harmed by this, no. The IMC cares very little about DRAM voltage in general, and I didn't need to raise SOC or VDDP for this at all. If anything, the ram modules themselves would be the ones getting harmed by dram voltage, but 1.45V is generally regarded as the safe limit for Hynix...
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    That would be because the manufacturer didn't care to reprogram the SPD chips after switching from working with B-Die chips to working with C-Die, or it's just a simple oversight. That SPD chip doesn't actually read info about the memory, it is only there to be read. With my modules, voltage at...
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    Hey everyone, I've been testing several VLP kits lately on the search for the best option for my system (and out of fascination, they're cool and niche). I figured I should tell this thread about my experience. My kits: Kingston KVR26N19S8L/8 2x8GB 2666C19 V-Color TE416G26D819V-VKC 2x16GB...
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    Yes. No RDIMMs. Only unbuffered DIMMs (UDIMMs or EUDIMMs).
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    Which listings specifically are you referring to? Most people here bought the kits from ADATA, Kingston, or Innodisk. I haven't seen those advertised as "Registered" yet myself. All of those are Unbuffered, only some (like the Innodisk, Crucial and V-Color kits) are Unbuffered ECC. Registered...
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    If you have your heart set on Samsung 16GB memory, look at this instead: https://www.ebay.com/itm/202933435866
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    Very low profile DDR4 ram

    It may be too early to judge the SpecTek ICs, but this german review demonstrates very acceptable overclocking headroom for their sample. Somewhat makes sense since SpecTek will always be based on current Micron ICs and D9XPF appears to be halfway decent (which also gives insight into why...