Interesting Vid from JJ on SB-E

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    Interesting Vid from JJ on SB-E

    Interestingly... VCCSA is now recommended to increase for Memory stability. Which I said was necessary on extreme levels 15 months ago and ASUS said no way not needed.

    Yes I realize this is SB-E


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    Quite a few people have criticized my 3-Step guide because I said the same thing....despite that I've always stood by my claim.
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