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Did you touch your memory modules while gaming? Which games were you testing? How much memory was being used?

Even so, I think a better test would be running Prime95's Blend test. The memory should feel warmer while running that. However, if it's blazing hot and feels like it would burn you, then you know that you're seeing the actual voltage.

Yeah, I touched them. They weren't even close to hot, and that was during memtest86 / gaming / aida64 stability test. I didn't run prime95, however memtest86 ran for about 2 hours straight, no issues.
I will try prime95 later I guess, and i'll let you know the results.
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Yeah, I touched them. They weren't even close to hot, and that was during memtest86 / gaming / aida64 stability test. I didn't run prime95, however memtest86 ran for about 2 hours straight, no issues.
I will try prime95 later I guess, and i'll let you know the results.

 

Yeah, I was asking you to touch them while running Prime95's Custom Blend test. Enter about 80-85% of your memory where it currently says "1600".

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