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Old 11-07-2008, 03:15 PM   #11
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It just depends on how far you go. I've ran DDR2 at 2.19V for almost a year and it ran just fine, not that I recommend going that high. My current RAM is at 2.07V.

1.80 works better than anything else for me and I think it's better for the RAM.

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Lower voltages are better for the life of your components. You want the lowest voltage it takes to be stable.

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