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    OCZ DDR Booster Voltage Diagnostic Device

    Want to give your am 3.9volts then look at this

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...gnostic+Device

    you connect it to your memory slot and is powered by a molex connector.

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    • Steve's system
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    Well that looks novel.

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    cant wait to get my hands on one. too lazy to vmod. got the AI7 and now i want more... oh sweet bh5

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    How cool is that
    .: Predator :.


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    Yes, the OCZDDRBVDD. Got to love acronyms

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