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stock 1600 9-9-9 24 1.65V
attempting 1600 1.7V 8-9-8 25 resulted in BSOD

go go higher voltage?
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Prolly a bad idea. Anything over 1.75V is just begging to fry your chips. Unless you have some super airflow over them...
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is there a danger in ram voltage that doesn't have to do with heat? because i have them at 1.75 right now running prime95 and they are barely even warm
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^ Yeah, IC sensitivity; usually I generally recommend a 1.75V max because PSC ICs (commonly used in RAM, though there's sometimes no way to tell) degrade much faster at high voltages.
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all right thanks, extra voltage doesn't even seem to help. back to stock applaud.gif
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