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Hello,

If you take a look at the photo below than you can see the DRAM Voltage is at auto setting 1.585V. The Asrock program reports the same voltage for the ram. However the ram modules are specified to work at 1.5V.
Is this a problem or is it oke? I am quite worried to see this. it is a new pc.

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Hello,
If you take a look at the photo below than you can see the DRAM Voltage is at auto setting 1.585V. The Asrock program reports the same voltage for the ram. However the ram modules are specified to work at 1.5V.
Is this a problem or is it oke? I am quite worried to see this. it is a new pc.

That voltage is more then fine. You could manually set 1.5v and see how your pc runs.
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Hello,
If you take a look at the photo below than you can see the DRAM Voltage is at auto setting 1.585V. The Asrock program reports the same voltage for the ram. However the ram modules are specified to work at 1.5V.
Is this a problem or is it oke? I am quite worried to see this. it is a new pc.
It's fine. But you could manually change the ram to it's recommend settings.
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rule of thumb its usualy good to set timings and voltage manualy cause nearly always the voltage is to high and the timing are to loose.
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rule of thumb its usualy good to set timings and voltage manualy cause nearly always the voltage is to high and the timing are to loose.

I have standard kingston modules. They have no special timings. But you say the voltage is too high? Is that bad? This happens more?
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I have standard kingston modules. They have no special timings. But you say the voltage is too high? Is that bad? This happens more?

all ram should have the timing wrote on them and the voltage you should always set that most times the computer reads the spd info wrong.
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You could also overclock your rams and you would be fine up to 1.7v thumb.gif
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You could also overclock your rams and you would be fine up to 1.7v thumb.gif

depends on chipset i dont thk id send 1.7 on a sandy or ivy motherboard.
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post #9 of 9
do not go above 1.575 on sandy or ivy longterm
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