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post #11 of 19
1.65v is fine. You can go to 1.75v with no problems. From my experience, 1.35v rated ram doesn't oc very well.

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Originally Posted by Xylian View Post
Would it be better to buy 1.5V ram as opposed to 1.65V?
Yep, less voltage means less heat. I'd suggest some G Skill.
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Originally Posted by sccr64472 View Post
Yep, less voltage means less heat. I'd suggest some G Skill.
I would, but they're quite hard and expensive to get a hold on here in Denmark, Corsair on the other hand is easy and cheap.

And I have good experience with Corsair, so I think I'll stick to that. It's basically Corsair or Kingston

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233144
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233142

Any reason to get the higher frequency one? I'm guessing no since the timings are looser..
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post #14 of 19
I've had 1.65V and 1.35V RAM die on my SB setup, make sure you get something 1155 approved. I would suggest Mushkin and Corsair.
I'd go for the radioactive RAM like I have or the standard black colored version(same thing really)

EDIT: I had Crucial Tracer RAM and G.Skill ECO die on me, both sets came out before Sandy Bridge, the new GSkill RAM would probably be fine.
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Originally Posted by RedCloudFuneral View Post
I've had 1.65V and 1.35V RAM die on my SB setup, make sure you get something 1155 approved. I would suggest Mushkin and Corsair.
I'd go for the radioactive RAM like I have or the standard black colored version(same thing really)

EDIT: I had Crucial Tracer RAM and G.Skill ECO die on me, both sets came out before Sandy Bridge, the new GSkill RAM would probably be fine.
The Corsair ram I'm currently most hooked on:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233144

On Corsairs website it says that it's compatible with my mobo, so I'm guessing it should be fine
    
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post #16 of 19
1.65v is no problem Xylian... i seriously don't know why so many people say that it is.

I've ran 1.7+ on extended periods of time (days to weeks) with no problem.. of course don't do it if you want to keep the longevity of your ram/processor.

I've benched over 1.8v

1.65v for 24/7 is no problem
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The Corsair ram I'm currently most hooked on:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233144

On Corsairs website it says that it's compatible with my mobo, so I'm guessing it should be fine
Thats a very good kit, a lot of people here use vengeance RAM.
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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
1.65v is no problem Xylian... i seriously don't know why so many people say that it is.

I've ran 1.7+ on extended periods of time (days to weeks) with no problem.. of course don't do it if you want to keep the longevity of your ram/processor.

I've benched over 1.8v

1.65v for 24/7 is no problem
Depends, when I used 1.65V RAM it slowly died on me, it ran great week 1, was unstable week 2, dead week 3. Its not worth taking the risk with the price of RAM so low.

One thing I should add, with my unsupported 1.35V RAM I had smallish stability problems. Flash would crash, minecraft would crash, certain levels in games would crash. I opened up the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and it told me the RAM was not compatible because of the tWR timings I belive. The stability issues may not have been voltage related, but because the RAM was not made for 1155 CPUs.
The 1.65V RAM was fine with all the timings and is the one that slowly died on me.
Edited by RedCloudFuneral - 10/21/11 at 5:25pm
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Thats a very good kit, a lot of people here use vengeance RAM.


Depends, when I used 1.65V RAM it slowly died on me, it ran great week 1, was unstable week 2, dead week 3. Its not worth taking the risk with the price of RAM so low.

One thing I should add, with my unsupported 1.35V RAM I had smallish stability problems. Flash would crash, minecraft would crash, certain levels in games would crash. I opened up the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and it told me the RAM was not compatible because of the tWR timings I belive. The stability issues may not have been voltage related, but because the RAM was not made for 1155 CPUs.
The 1.65V RAM was fine with all the timings and is the one that slowly died on me.
what slowly died on you? the ram?
ic on ram is actually very durable.. hard to believe they died because of just 1.65v for 24/7

I've been running ram 1.65v since few days after release date for sb... i've had alot alot alot of different ram.. none has showed signs of hitting the bucket with 1.65v

of course unless you were trying to push low voltage ram like gskill eco or kingston lovo?

EDIT: maybe it was a misconfigured timing or you bios was setting a wrong timing like rtl? sometimes, depending on mobo.. when you set a timing to auto.. the value that the mobo places is incorrect and can cause instability
Edited by badatgames18 - 10/21/11 at 5:30pm
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Sigh, just put in my old 1066MHz CL7 ram, and I just received the same random 7f BSOD. I'm guessing the problem lies elsewhere then? What could it be? Any ideas?
    
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