Re: Stuck, need help = /
no problem man. im not really clear about your fsb question...
when you reset your cmos after a failure...you can usually boot it once, re-start and ramp back up to the last stable settings you had before the failure.
as far as the danger of raising voltage....i dunno. i used to raise my xms2 to 2.425 to get super clocks out of them. they still work lol. i think you would be able to raise it to 2.1 at least with no problem. going higher than that would be your own decision, man. ram is cheap now heh heh. as far as physically being able to tell...im sure SOMEONE would be able to tell. but from what i hear, gskill is pretty good at replacing their ram. it says on the box "100% lifetime warranty"...so, i would think that they would replace it. but i wouldn't mention the voltage being over 2.1 if you do have to return it. "uhh...i dunno, it just stopped working" kinda thing, ya know.
good luck keep us posted. i dont mind the pm if you need to, no prob.
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