[SOLVED] 1.45V vs 1.35V G.Skill DDR4 - What's the difference or purpose?

I was perusing Gskill 64GB (2 X 32GB) (Neo's and Ripjaws') RAM kits on NewEgg and noticed there are now 1.45V models. What is the purpose of these newer kits? I'm trying to decide which voltage I should select.
 

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Although the RAM may be nominally rated at a higher voltage, you may have some luck running it at something closer to normal.

When I put my new PC together this week, I under-volted my 3200-16 from its 1.35V XMP down to 1.2V, let that run in memtest86 for a while, had no errors so I decided to just run it at 1.25V standard for DDR4.
 

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