Sorry, it seems you are only reading the lasts post, so thats why I repost this;
Originally Posted by Kal777
anything over 1.65v on a intel i3, i5, or i7 processor and you run the risk of killing the IMC (intergrated memory controller). AMD use the IMC too on the phenoms so im guessing they would have a simular effect accept they can handle DDR2 so im guessing anything over 1.9v is a risk for AMD phenom. the lower voltage doesnt mean much, but from an overclocking point of view, a lower voltage ram may mean less stress on your board, as well as less heat
So, basically the thing is that you have that voltage inside the CPU, the CPU can only support 1.65, if you go up you might get the CPU blown not only the RAM, that OCZ probably won't cover, and as you were using 1.65+ on the ix
neither Intel should.
Hope was helpful!