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Old 11-18-2004, 01:12 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Looks like I am too late... You should have PM'd me!
lol I don't even think you answered my last PM, so I figured you don't visit as much and are fairly busy

oh yeah and the last time I upped the NB Voltage it fried my kingston RAM because right after upping it just one step up, my kingston got over 100,000 errors and kept climbing just on test one so basically the memory went dead, so now I'm afraid to touch NB Voltages =/ lol
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oh yeah and the last time I upped the NB Voltage it fried my kingston RAM because right after upping it just one step up, my kingston got over 100,000 errors and kept climbing just on test one so basically the memory went dead, so now I'm afraid to touch NB Voltages =/ lol
you have my mobo correct? or is it different. 1.7v will not fry your RAM even if it's cheap. it's actaully pretty hard for the NB to fry your RAM. If you can run your RAM at 3.4v then how would 1.7v on NB fry it? lol...confisung. i think you should be pretty safe under 2.0v on NB.
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