The system belongs to my father-in-law; i.e., $80 (less than a tank of gas in his Range Rover) to max the RAM in his 3 week old system is a no-brainer. The RAM is Kingston KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX.
He logs in to his firm's site via Citrix and simultaneously has many windows/tabs open to access databases, records, and MS-Office programs through that connection. He believes the lag is more on his end rather than the connection speed/lag from remote access. For $80 of his money and 10 minutes of my time to pop them in, I'm not going to argue with him. Real speed improvement or placebo effect, I'll still get points for doing it!
Will the mobo auto-adjust to the new voltage and speeds, or is there a good chance I'll need to tinker in the BIOS?