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By damaging I mean running them at 1.65 since the ram only seems to be rated for 1.5, or is that the rated voltage for its speed and timings?
Yh its understandablew
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By damaging I mean running them at 1.65 since the ram only seems to be rated for 1.5, or is that the rated voltage for its speed and timings?
Yh its understandablew
LOL that's what overclocking is all about, but like always there is a limit for 24/7 and that is 1.65v, which is completely fine and yes 1.5v is the rated voltage for the stock timings and frequency.

read the bit about 1.65v ram, scroll to the bottom of the OP.

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Yh I think I might just gibe it a shot for the fun of it aha, that's the point of OC'ing I guess
Just to make sure, the limit for vccio is 1.9v isn't it?
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mine don't seem to get much past 1600mhz on cl9 before BSOD or not booting :-(
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Yh I think I might just gibe it a shot for the fun of it aha, that's the point of OC'ing I guess
Just to make sure, the limit for vccio is 1.9v isn't it?
VCCIO limit is 1.2v


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mine don't seem to get much past 1600mhz on cl9 before BSOD or not booting :-(
One of the main reasons as to why I created that thread
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