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I've got a couple sticks of crucial ram (zt64b), nothing special, probably low end pc3200. Im trying to get to 250 FSB on a 1:1 multi. I have 245 but I can't get higher, currently my ram is at 2.75 V. Can i safely put it to 2.85V or will i fry my crappy ram? Thanks guys
 

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DDR can generally run at 2.85 volts without a problem, but I would first check Crucial website to see what their warranty limit is for vdimm. Corsair, for example, warrants all of their DDR up to and including 2.9 volts.
 

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I've got a couple sticks of crucial ram (zt64b), nothing special, probably low end pc3200. Im trying to get to 250 FSB on a 1:1 multi. I have 245 but I can't get higher, currently my ram is at 2.75 V. Can i safely put it to 2.85V or will i fry my crappy ram? Thanks guys

Yea, you should be fine, though I think the stock is 2.5v, also make shure it doesn't overheat with that excessive volts your putting into your memory.

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