Question Memory Overclock Specific Voltages?

Fatblabs

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So as I was overclocking my RAM to XMP, I upped the voltages to 1.385-1.395, but any higher or lower than that range is going to crash games immediately / crash my PC. The voltage range 1.385-1.395 does not crash my pc, but however crashes my games after 20-40 minutes (rarely higher). How do I set the voltage to my ram more speficially? It just rounds up to 1.39 whenver I do 1.386-1.389 and rounds down to 1.38 whenever I set it to 1.381-1.384.
 

Fatblabs

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So as I was overclocking my RAM to XMP, I upped the voltages to 1.385-1.395, but any higher or lower than that range is going to crash games immediately / crash my PC. The voltage range 1.385-1.395 does not crash my pc, but however crashes my games after 20-40 minutes (rarely higher). How do I set the voltage to my ram more speficially? It just rounds up to 1.39 whenver I do 1.386-1.389 and rounds down to 1.38 whenever I set it to 1.381-1.384.
anyone
 

Eximo

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You will need to provide some details about what it is you are working with. 1.4 volts is high for DDR4 and DDR3L, very high for DDR5.

CPU? Motherboard? Speeds? Might also want to mention the memory and what speed it is rated for and what you are targeting.

I wouldn't run memory at that high a voltage on AMD or Intel, 1.35 volts is the max for most sane XMP profiles.

As for the granularity of the voltage settings, that is entirely up to the motherboard manufacturer and the CPU designer.
 

Fatblabs

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You will need to provide some details about what it is you are working with. 1.4 volts is high for DDR4 and DDR3L, very high for DDR5.

CPU? Motherboard? Speeds? Might also want to mention the memory and what speed it is rated for and what you are targeting.

I wouldn't run memory at that high a voltage on AMD or Intel, 1.35 volts is the max for most sane XMP profiles.

As for the granularity of the voltage settings, that is entirely up to the motherboard manufacturer and the CPU designer.
rated at 3200 mhz ddr4
 

Fatblabs

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You will need to provide some details about what it is you are working with. 1.4 volts is high for DDR4 and DDR3L, very high for DDR5.

CPU? Motherboard? Speeds? Might also want to mention the memory and what speed it is rated for and what you are targeting.

I wouldn't run memory at that high a voltage on AMD or Intel, 1.35 volts is the max for most sane XMP profiles.

As for the granularity of the voltage settings, that is entirely up to the motherboard manufacturer and the CPU designer.
highly unusual, because 1.35 didn't work (which is anyways the default voltage) as it still crashes games. I still may need to check if 1.36-1,38 volts is stable enough to game.
 

Fatblabs

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Really need a complete list of parts but set it to 1.4 and run memtest just stable when gaming is not really a good test.
Setup:
Case: Apevia Genesis atx mid-tower
CPU: Core i5 11600KF
gpu: gigabyte Geforce RTX 3060 gaming OC
SSD: WD Blue SN 550 1tb
CPU cooler: Deepcool Castle 240ex
MB: Asus prime z590-V
PSU: RM 750 2019 version
RAM: T-Force Delta 2x8 3200 mhz
 

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