Do any AsRockRack motherboard support v1.35 DDR4 voltages?

BlueFox

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DDR4 spec is 1.2V, so I wouldn't count on it. Higher voltages are generally only found on DIMMs aimed at overclocking and gaming motherboard.
 

Gio

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DDR4 spec is 1.2V, so I wouldn't count on it. Higher voltages are generally only found on DIMMs aimed at overclocking and gaming motherboard.
That's unfortunate, the AsrockRack IPMI is solid and I need that kind of remote management.

I'm thinking of using a gaming motherboard with the newer chipsets (non-X570) that have PCIe 4.0 support. I figure with the savings on the motherboard I put it towards paying for the PiKVM and use that for remote management.
 

alex_stief

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Just to state the obvious: as long as you don't load XMP profiles, any DDR4 modules should be happy with 1.2V operating voltage. No matter what voltage they advertise for running at their fastest XMP profile.
 
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