http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/show...t=11397&page=1Sometimes called driving strength. This feature allows you to control the memory data bus' signal strength. Increasing the drive strength of the memory bus can increase stability during overclocking. DRAM drive strength refers to the signal strength of the memory data line. A higher number means a stronger signal and is generally recommended for an overclocked module to improve stability.
I'm wondering specifically which active DDR voltage signal DRAM Drive Strength refers to? I wonder, because a high/low DDR VDIMM voltage should have a signifigant influence on this setting, shouldn't it?
Next question - specifically what adjustment do various DRAM Drive Strength values make to the voltage signal? "Level 1" through "Level 7" doesn't tell us much.
A "Stronger Signal" implies to me either a higher voltage, for better signal switching from VSS to VDD, or a voltage signal that is manipulated in some manner.