Originally Posted by Mit Namso
how did they recommend to change the VRAM voltage? and whats SB stand for
what do you mean by how?
increasing 1.5v > 1.6v is like increasing Vcore in a processor when you overclock, just go to BIOS.
And SB = Sandy Bridge.
Originally Posted by Problame
Probably not very helpfull but;
I've changed my G-skills for some 1.5-1.65v A-DATA yesterday.
The G-skills worked without any trouble for months, while the A-DATA's (wich run at 1.5v now) are giving me random crashes in game. Either just exit to desktop or a complete lockup for a few minutes followed by the game crashing.
Both the G-skill and A-data ran on 1333Mhz, same timing.
Interesting, but why would you change your ram anyway if you already had an exact same ram just with 0.15 higher voltage? I mean you still have 1333 Mhz.
Seems the Voltage IS a factor....
I still havent had the chance to try increasing Ram V, cause my cards are sitting in the south border waiting to be crossed