Originally Posted by xd_1771
Micron ICs are usually designed to take this kind of voltage and Phenom II ICs can handle it, but that's pretty high indeed. You can't manage any lower? Does the RAM run hot to the touch?
Might want to confer with people who are familiar with Micron's ICs. D9s I suppose?
I have held my hand on my RAM during P95 and it was warm-hot, not nearly too hot to touch. Whats a D9?
Originally Posted by ARandomOWl
If they are Micron D9s they will take 2.1V for a long time with no problems. That is how I run mine on my bench rig all the time and sometimes higher. I would be inclined to use less though for a 24/7 rig even if it meant relaxing the speed or timings a bit.
I forgot, you will want a fan blowing directly at them if you are running that kind of voltage or they will die much quicker.
Even if theyre not hot? Also if i put it at 2.15 or so they are stable @ 1600 6-6-6-16-20 1T, but i might loosen up on the Mhz to keep it at or under 2.1v