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Please help me with P35C vdimm problem

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As much as I search for this problem, it seems I can't solve this.

I have the P35C DS3R rev 2.2, and have to set vdimm by +0.4, just to get 1.9volts on every reading (everest, speedfan).
The worse is I'm not even getting the 1.9v when the system is cold (after a few hours of inactivity).
vdimm seems to raise from 1.84v, to 1.9v as the system gets warm.
If i don't turn on the computer for lets say 24 hours or more, then i may get a blue screen when loading windows, and then it will boot correctly due to vdimm slightly increasing.
I'm kind of tied because I can use the system for many hours without a single blue screen, it's pretty stable. So I didn't think about RMA it.
On the other hand, Vcore is perfect (just the slight natural vdrop).
All voltages are ok on my Antec Trio 650.
Memory timings are ok.
I don't know what to think. Never seen something like this.

I can just set +0.5v and forget about the whole thing, and then hope the hardware lasts long. But I would like to solve this issue better way.

I'd apreciate any input. Thank you guys.
My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6750 P35C-DS3R 2.0 9600GT 2x1Gb Supertalent 4.4.3.8 
Hard DrivePowerCase
WD 500Gb Antec TP3-650 P180 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E6750 P35C-DS3R 2.0 9600GT 2x1Gb Supertalent 4.4.3.8 
Hard DrivePowerCase
WD 500Gb Antec TP3-650 P180 
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Someone here had the same problem - although not quite as severe (same mobo) -
http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/sh...d.php?p=333343
I'm guessing something is up with the mobo. Might be worth e-mailing gigabyte support.
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