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post #11 of 14
listen to xd. he know's what he's talking about.

also if you're getting 'IRQL is not equal or less' BSOD, then it's the RAM*.
if it's a dll error then I would guess it's something else.





*(only recently learn this myself, as I had thought it was the NB before)
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Originally Posted by bav182 View Post

I have the same set, it would work fine once I set it 1.55v..

1,575 solved to problem i think, so far i had no bsods smile.gif
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1,575 solved to problem i think, so far i had no bsods smile.gif

I should allow for a bit of OC headroom as well on that voltage mine is at 1672mhz, I know its only a little but every mhz counts..
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post #14 of 14
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1,575 solved to problem i think, so far i had no bsods smile.gif

With std. 1.5v DDR3 RAM you are safe up to at least 1.65v 24/7 so you have no problems at 1.575v.
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