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Do RAM have temp sensors? If yes, what programs can I use to record its temps?

If no, how hot is too hot too touch?
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no built in sensors, for temps i do not know
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Fan for over 2.2v.

Under 2.2v, no fan is needed.

If your RAM dies under 2.2v, your RAM sucks anyway.
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Originally Posted by Skullzaflare View Post
no built in sensors, for temps i do not know
Yep, RAM don't have temps monitors unfortunately.
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Fan for over 2.2v.

Under 2.2v, no fan is needed.

If your RAM dies under 2.2v, your RAM sucks anyway.
I think my motherboard runs at 1.8v stock and I'm running my RAM at 2T 968Mhz. @_@
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post #6 of 8
My laptop has a temp sensor, but I do not think desktop RAM modules have one.

I'd say fan if your running around 2.25v
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I wouldn't worry about it anyway. Hasn't it been proven that the temp doesn't matter in oc'ing ram? I would just go with what Pook was saying and keep it under 2.2v.
    
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I wouldn't worry about it anyway. Hasn't it been proven that the temp doesn't matter in oc'ing ram? I would just go with what Pook was saying and keep it under 2.2v.
Na it will kill it just as well as voltage will. voltage is worse but temps can do there fair share of damage as well.
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