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How the heck should I know, all I know is my memory said warranty covers it if it is run up to 1.85v but I never give a crap about warranties anyways, burn something out, what better excuse to get a better replacement? Infact right now I am practically PRAYING that my P4 530 will die so I have an excuse to give in to the temptations of a Pentium D 950 Presler instead of waiting for Conroe
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Originally Posted by Remonster
How the heck should I know, all I know is my memory said warranty covers it if it is run up to 1.85v but I never give a crap about warranties anyways, burn something out, what better excuse to get a better replacement? Infact right now I am practically PRAYING that my P4 530 will die so I have an excuse to give in to the temptations of a Pentium D 950 Presler instead of waiting for Conroe
Ya, that theory works well if you have a lot of money!
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How will they ever know if you put it above the stock settings?

Well, My guess is when you return it with burn marks on it, they will figure it out

Some RAM makers allow for higher voltages and still warrenty them, but you'd have to check with the manufacturer for that limit they cover.
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Thumper is absolutely right, infact when I was picking out memory for my AMD system, I found the max voltage supported by my mobo and then searched newegg for RAM that was rated for that high of voltage (like 3.5v+) and came up with OCZ ELPE DDR600 and bought it, that has worked out well for me so far except for the fact that when you have DDR600, you will never need to run it at such high voltages unless you want to run 1:1 with a 400MHz FSB or something
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
Is it really safe to run memory at 2V?
Crucial and Corsair rate their value dram at 2.1 for the top limit. You should have no problem whatsoever running even value dram at 2V.

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All of our DDR2 modules are warranted up to 2.1 Volts so you should be fine!
http://www.houseofhelp.com/forums/fo...hp?forumid=128

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