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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Ga-ep45t-ud3r

    OK I have finally got an answer from Corsiar.

    They have suggested that it is a mobo issue as in CPUZ it clearly says that the XMP profile should run the RAM at 1.8v ( see previous post).

    I have the latest BIOS on the mobo so I am at a lost what to do next...

    This mobo is way overvolting my RAM when using the XMP profile.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Ga-ep45t-ud3r

    Well, switch to manual settings and don't worry about it. Oh, and drop Gigabyte a line in the process... With a bit of luck they'll get it fixed in the next BIOS version.
    Pro hardware technician for PC, Laptop and Sound equipment.

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