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yup, well never said it was good or the best idea, but it should still be okay to run it even if it is 1.65. tongue.gif Some people might have extra ram modules, but usually i recommend using 1.35-1.5v with the 1155 since the 1.5 is recommended voltage to use with sandy thumb.gif
Also if you go from 1.5 to 1.65v you increase wattage usage by 1-3 watts depending biggrin.gif

It can damage the RAMs over a longer period of time.
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It can damage the RAMs over a longer period of time.

well if the ram is rated to run at 1.65v it should be fine, the 1.5 recomendation is to protect the cpu. but yes If your going to be overclocking the ram it would be more ideal to run a lower voltage ram to allow more headroom, timings etc. But will all things overclocked overtime there is the possibility of degration which will require more voltage , if you cpu lets say requires 1.2v now, maybe later 2,3 or 4 years it will require 1.25 to keep the same overclock.

But yeah sorry didnt mean any of my posts to be offensive grouphug.gif Just stating that 1.65v would be fine as its been explained to me in the past

heres a explanation of where the 1.5v recommendation value comes from by pioneerslound
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....Yeah but 1.5v is the max/recommended for P67. So what in earth is your point?

No, its not. Absolute max safe VDIMM is 1.70v. The reason its 1.50v according to Intel spec is because default VCCIO is 1.00v. VDIMM cannot go over 0.5v above VCCIO. As such, there's your 1.50v.

Max safe on VCCIO is 1.20v. As such, you can get away with up to 1.70v safely on VDIMM, as that's 0.5v above VCCIO.

As such, 1.65v VDIMM is perfectly acceptable, as long as you raise VCCIO to match it. Which is what I said earlier.


I remember reading this earlyer and thought the link was it was pretty interesting
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I have no problems as long as you adjust the VCCIO accordingly, Must be .5v off. So if ram is 1.65v set to 1.15v

No that's only on X58. There is no set difference between VCCIO and DRAM voltage on 1155.

1.65v RAM is fine. You can run it 1.65v 24/7 with no degradation, and anyone who thinks otherwise is misinformed.
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Sandy Bridge does not demand only 1.5v modules, it will be perfectly happy with 1.65v modules too. If someone tries to tell you that you must have 1.5v modules, then they are either trying to sell them to you, or they have been reading misinformation, or both! Another point to consider here, is that in your BIOS, if you head to the memory voltage setting, and enter 1.5v, the text will remain white/grey, if you enter 1.65v, it will turn yellow, and it isn't until 1.73v that it turns red, so at the moment, I'd rest assured that 1.65v modules are OK to use, and I have had this confirmed by Asus, Gigabyte and Corsair so far, as soon as I hear from anyone else, I will update this again.
http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overclocking/39184-p67-sandy-bridge-overclocking-guide-beginners.html

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I think we're getting a little off topic, but it's okay, all information is welcome. However, my original question was about BSODs, I found out that my RAM is clocked at 1.5 volts, so should I assume it is faulty ram? Also, when I try to open the minidumps, it tells me access is denied.
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Sorry, i agree got a bit off topic tongue.gif but back on topic! biggrin.gif

hmmm, if its rated to run at 1.65v try running it at that. although it shoudl be able to run at 1.5v i believe.. but would need to loosen the timing and lower the clock? (cant remember off the top my head) not a memory overclocking expert by any means

But try each stick on its own to see if you get any errors since it could be a bad stick. Also run memtest smile.gif
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I think we're getting a little off topic, but it's okay, all information is welcome. However, my original question was about BSODs, I found out that my RAM is clocked at 1.5 volts, so should I assume it is faulty ram? Also, when I try to open the minidumps, it tells me access is denied.

Sorry about getting off-topic.

I would run a memtest86 if I were you, if it passes 2 runs you should be fine with your RAM.

I would try to clear the CMOS as well.
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Sorry about getting off-topic.
I would run a memtest86 if I were you, if it passes 2 runs you should be fine with your RAM.
I would try to clear the CMOS as well.

Well doesn't it have to be faulty RAM? All the BSODs are memory codes.

Also, apparently I don't have permission to access my minidump mad.gif
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Usually, raising RAM voltage (within reason) should not have any impact on stability; it's lowering RAM voltage that can cause instability. My first guess right now would be faulty RAM; run Memtest86+ on one stick at a time and see if you find any errors. If you still get errors when running all sticks, I would look at your timings. Make sure they're set properly.
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