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quick question...

when running prime95 at x50 my voltages vary between 1.480-1.488V.
when running linx or if i monitor voltages when gaming i see it go up to as high as 1.512V

why is this happening?
Linx draws more current / power.
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How high would you guys feel comfortable running your memory voltage?
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Linx draws more current / power.
Simple enough. I wont worry about it unless i see 1.55v or more.
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How high would you guys feel comfortable running your memory voltage?
I have mine running at 1.725V. I wouldnt go higher than 1.75V for 24/7 and 1.8V ish for benching.
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How high would you guys feel comfortable running your memory voltage?
1.65v max for 24/7 usage. Read this: http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...e-h67-p67.html
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I have mine running at 1.725V. I wouldnt go higher than 1.75V for 24/7 and 1.8V ish for benching.
Wow... Is that really safe in the long run?
    
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Oi vey 1.725v for 24/7? that seems a bit high. I've always read and felt comfortable with around 1.65v for most ram with a sandy setup.
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I have mine running at 1.725V. I wouldnt go higher than 1.75V for 24/7 and 1.8V ish for benching.
That seems crazy high to me.
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1.65v max for 24/7 usage. Read this: http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...e-h67-p67.html
Ah okay, and there's no worry of damaging the memory controller on the CPU or anything when running at 1.65V? Because some people seem to say that, and some say it's fine, and then I get all confused.

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Wow... Is that really safe in the long run?
Its been running at that voltage for over a month now, no issues.

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Oi vey 1.725v for 24/7? that seems a bit high. I've always read and felt comfortable with around 1.65v for most ram with a sandy setup.
My ram is rated at 1.65V, how am i supposed to OC it without bumping up the voltage?? Im only willing to loosen my timings so much.

I started a thread on this and the feedback i got was that i was ok at 1.725V

I mean im willing to take the chance and keep running it the way it is now, unless someone has an actual technical explanation as to why i shouldnt, without refering to intel's recommendations, ill gladly listen
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