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P67 SB memory 1.65v and 1.5v

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hello i have corsair Memory 1.65v but p67 memory are 1.5v
do need get other memory or is ok to keep the 1.65v menory ?????

thanks you
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post #2 of 13
It is okay to use your 1.65v memory, no worries.
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post #3 of 13
Most people say 1.65 is fine as long as you don't go higher. Honestly I have 1.65v Corsair I'm running it on 1.55v perfectly stable, but I'm using the default 1333 setting. I haven't tried at the 1600 that the ram is rated for yet.
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post #4 of 13
I would see if you can undervolt your ram to 1.56. Intel's white paper says max voltage for ram is 1.56. I used my crucial 1600 kit at 1.55 for a month until I got 1.5v ram and they worked just fine.
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post #5 of 13
so who's killed a SB with high vdimm?
i haven't hear anything of the sort.
post #6 of 13
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so who's killed a SB with high vdimm?
i haven't hear anything of the sort.
I don't follow. Why run out of spec if you don't have to?
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post #7 of 13
because my computer is faster than yours?
is that not what this site is for? the pursuit of performance?
its not about being a pansy running DDR3-2000 with 9-11-9 timing just so you can keep voltage at stock.
post #8 of 13
I've also read that memory rated at 1.65V works at rated speeds using only 1.5-1.55V on Sandy Bridge. But, 1.64-1.66V won't hurt anything.
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post #9 of 13
hyper ic's only work on a handful of boards, and psc and bbse seem to clock fine on sb.

1.65v sticks are fine as well, though sb specific ram is nice.
post #10 of 13
Make sure you set the Dram Voltage in the BIOS to 1.65v or whatever the RAM is rated to run at. A lot of people have had issues with trying to run 1.65v RAM at the stock setting of 1.5v with SandyBridge motherboards, myself included. I had a lot of issues with not being able to boot into BIOS because my mother keep putting 1.5v on my RAM when I need 1.6v to run it.
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