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I am working on getting my 1075T to 4.1GHz+, and I have been wondering is setting the RAM voltage to 1.61V is safe. It is ripjaws 1066 DDR3, pretty awful, but was cheaper a year ago. I can only seem to go above 1066 when I overvolt it to 1.6V.
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I would upgrade the ram if I were in your position as 1066MHz stuff is pretty outdated by DDR3 standards. You can get some awesome G.Skill Ripjaw X 1866MHz kits for around 50-60 dollars now a days.

If your set on using your current ram, then going up to 1.7v should be fine for 24/7 use. I used to run at 1.85v on some older Mushkin DDR3 stuff on my previous Phenom rig and it was fine for over 2 years and is still running strong as my room mates main rig.
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Originally Posted by Farmer Boe;15478138 
I would upgrade the ram if I were in your position as 1066MHz stuff is pretty outdated by DDR3 standards. You can get some awesome G.Skill Ripjaw X 1866MHz kits for around 50-60 dollars now a days.

If your set on using your current ram, then going up to 1.7v should be fine for 24/7 use. I used to run at 1.85v on some older Mushkin DDR3 stuff on my previous Phenom rig and it was fine for over 2 years and is still running strong as my room mates main rig.

Considering the ram is rated at 1.5v, I don't believe 1.7v is safe.
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Intel 330 180 GB SSD 1TB WD HD Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Hannspree 25" 1920x1080 
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Intel 330 180 GB SSD 1TB WD HD Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Hannspree 25" 1920x1080 
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Anyone have an idea?
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Phenom II x6 1075T - 4ghz Gigabyte 890fxa - UD5 Radeon HD 6950 crossfire 8GB - Ripjaws DDR3 -1333 mhz 
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Intel 330 180 GB SSD 1TB WD HD Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Hannspree 25" 1920x1080 
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post #5 of 5
That 1066 will hold you back due to generic binning and locked processor multi. Upgrade to at least ddr3-1600.
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