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Old 07-17-2005, 10:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry DDRVtt: 1.07v error/crash, HELP?

I have an IS7 motherboard and recently upgraded my graphic card to a Radion x800 Pro 256agp. My games were crashing at first so I downloaded AbitEQ to find out what was wrong. After a couple crashes it recorded my first error : Warning=AGPV: 1.52V. Strange thing here is the low limit is 1.2 and high is 1.8. So I deceided to buy a new PSU b/c I was running a 350w. I went to an Aspire 520w and havnt had that error come back, but I still crash. This morning I woke up after having my computer game on all night and it read Warning:=DDRVtt : 1.07V. Low is 1.10, high is 1.57. So im guessing not enough volts are going to my ram? Is it safe to go into bios and just up the voltage. I would ask Abit but their site is down and its sunday so probably no tech service. =/

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