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Old 01-07-2007, 07:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I bought this ram along with my partial new build.

{ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145539 }

my question is, what is the maximum voltage i should go on it? my case idles around 35 C (its a prescott, thats why) when i have my FSB upped from 200 to 225. Should the max voltage i should go be 2.1V? thats what someone told me on another forum, and he's really good at this stuff, so I trust him... Any ideas? BTW, i have a 80mm fan sitting around somewhere, maybe that could come in use

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Newegg said:
Voltage 1.9V
Just look at the specifications page.

I wouldn't go higher than 2.1V, but check the Corsair's website and see if you can find a maximum voltage rating. Memory modules are very very sensitive to voltage adjustments. .05 too far could fry or damage it.

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