yes. I had an ASUS board with MEMok and it set the RAM voltage too high, but it worked, when I finally found out a year later or so and set the RAM to stock, bluescreen city.I recently had problems with brand new DDR4-3200 ram that caused BSOD. I overvolted it by 0.01 V and then everything was right.
The problem can also be improper voltage delivered by the motherboard. Such an overvolt is well within tolerance margins and can save you quite some headache.