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Thread: Kingston KVR800D2N5/1G at 1.93 volts.?




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    Question Kingston KVR800D2N5/1G at 1.93 volts.?

    Hello. Ive purchased recently a PC with Gigabyte EP35C-DS3R motherboard. It seems to work correctly. Memory are four modules Kingston KVR800D2N5/1 Giga. at 1.8 volts. I do not overclocking, and in BIOS all is AUTO. For example:

    System memory multiplier: Auto
    DRAM Timing selectable: Auto
    DDR2/DDR3 overvoltage control: Normal
    Performance enhance: Standard (Turbo is not stable)

    But Im afraid of in DDR2/DDR3 voltage I see 1.93 volts., not 1.8.

    Does the system overvoltage automatically because at nominal 1.8 v. woulb be unstable?
    Have I any problem in the future with 1.93 volts.?

    In the Kingston web page Ive read that this memory works at 1.8v.-1.9v.

    Separately, I think DES technology is WONDERFUL; Im great impressed with this. Best regards for Gigabyte.

    Thank you in advance, and sorry for my english.

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    Default Re: Kingston KVR800D2N5/1G at 1.93 volts.?

    Yeap, 1.9 is fine, and if I was you your ram spec is 1.8-1.9 I would set it to 1.9 (+0.1) just for the stability

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