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hello, just wanna what are the safe volts for corsair vengeance ram .. And the voltage shouldn't exceed above ????? Help .....
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Usually if you look on the side of the RAM module itself, there will be a sticker that will have the voltage on it. usually it's 1.5V or 1.65V.

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Usually if you look on the side of the RAM module itself, there will be a sticker that will have the voltage on it. usually it's 1.5V or 1.65V.
Hope that helps.

This is the stock voltage, not the max voltage. You can run the Vengeance ram up to 1.65 and be just fine, I have done it with mine and not seen any problems.
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depends on the chips used some can take upto 1.8v like hynix bfr, and some like PSC dont really scale much over 1.6v, and some times you get the chips that just donot like over 1.5v and will not post if you go over.
you really have to test and see for yourself
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