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I had it set to 1.9 before when it was 2x2 gigs, but I put in two more matching sticks so it's 4x2 gigs now and had to bump the voltage to 1.95 to get it to boot properly.

Edit: Ram sticks rated for 1.9 default

 

That's because you effectively made your own memory kit. If the manufacturer had done what you just did, then they would have had to print either 1.95 or 2.0V on the stickers even though separately (2 x 2) they're fine with 1.9V.

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That's because you effectively made your own memory kit. If the manufacturer had done what you just did, then they would have had to print either 1.95 or 2.0V on the stickers even though separately (2 x 2) they're fine with 1.9V.

Ah, Cool. I didn't know that. Thanks for the info, +rep.
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Ah, Cool. I didn't know that.

 

Yeah, it's one of those things that most people don't know. I found out by spending lots and lots and lots and lots of time on OCN. lol No life. :)

 

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Thanks for the info

 

You're very welcome.

 

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+rep.

 

Thanks, but you didn't have to tell me. Besides, I'm never concerned about receiving something in return (most people on here aren't). So, it can be better to just leave the Rep without saying anything about it.

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