Modern machining processes have been rapidly evolving into much more sophisticated forms. However, even with such sophistication in hand, the effect of chatter remains to be a significant problem. To date, engineers keep referring to the traditional chatter stability lobe to address the problem of limiting themselves in creativity to achieve high efficiency. The research aims to observe the vibration reduction along the boring process achieved by adding one type of DVA called Spring Radial Vibration Damper (SRVD) onto the workpiece. The workpiece is a cylindrical rod with the ratio of overhang length to a diameter at 6:1. The experiment conducted in different depths of cut (DoC) varies at 0.25 mm, 0.2 mm, and 0.15 mm. The experiment results show a comparison between the main system and without the SRVD in a graphical representation of the dynamic response, percentage of RMS reduction in each parameter, and surface finish of each parameter. This paper concludes that SRVD can be beneficial for the cutting process within the unstable area of the chatter stability lobe. It will worsen the cutting process if the parameters still lie within the stable area.