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Old 05-14-2006, 10:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Probably been asked a million times but whats a max voltage you can push a 2.5v DDr400 module to?

I'm currently running mine at +0.2v and the sensors report 2.83V

I'm sure I can push my Vcore up quite a bit if need be (up to 2v maybe) but I don't know what the limits of the ram is...
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You going to hit a wall soon and melt your ram. II wouldn't give it more than 2.85V. It's only rated for a certain amount so be careful.
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Old 05-16-2006, 07:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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You think I sould knock it down 0.1v? I didn't get very far before with only +0.1v but perhaps I didn't have enough voltage on my CPU.

I'm running at 440mhz atm which isn't too bad all things concidered, I'll be replacing the computer in a year anyway but I want it to last a few years if possible as I always run atleast 2 computers.
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Yea you can probably knock it down a little, it should still post.
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