jossrikNov 14, 2014, 12:22 AM I've had 1.65v memory since I built my system last year, everything in it is overclocked, It's impossible to say how much life you'll get out iXeloNAug 20, 2012, 6:16 PM Anonymous said: both sandy and ivy bridge cpu memory controllers are spec'd for 1.5 volts. Asus Rampage II Gene | Core i7 920 | 6*2GB Mushkin 998729 | BFG GTX280 OCX | Auzentech X-Fi Forte | Corsair VX550 —Life is too short to be bound by by AyyMD › Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical 1.1A by carlrogersmc › CORSAIR CX600M 600W Power Supply by ColumbusBye › ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX OC Edition Graphic Card...
Vista General Is this true?Hi, I just bought a new computer with 4 GB of PC 6400 Ram. Unless someone tells me otherwise, I'll be sticking to the limit If what I read is true... http://www.anandtech.com/show/7364/memory-scaling-on-haswell/8 #16 UaVaj, Apr 17, 2014 Blain Lifer Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 23,643 Likes Received: 2 zir_blazer said: ↑ 1.65V isn't JEDEC standard but nearly all of the high Granted, I don't think you can get it off your normal PC parts shop, but those will sell you 3000MHz DDR3 without a problem. #15 Morbus, Apr 17, 2014 UaVaj https://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/204649-i7-1-65v-limit-true.html
Jonny Manc View Public Profile Find all posts by Jonny Manc (#6) Iarwain Banned Videocard: 4890 990//1120 Processor: Phenom II x3 720 3.7ghz Mainboard: Lanparty DK 790FX-M2RS Memory: A-Data iXeloNAug 20, 2012, 5:32 PM Hi,I ordered the motherboard " GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 " on eBay, Along side with the G.Skill RiPJAWS 8GB DDR3 2133MHz RAMs "1.65v" Later on i noticed a topic It said it could damage it but didn't really give more detail than that.. The time now is 05:15 PM.
That theoretical bandwidth doesn't actually translate into real-world figures, but the basic point stands: Nehalem has much more memory bandwidth available than Penryn did. Oh well. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. My motherboard is an Asus P6T Deluxe.
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Please tick here if you'd prefer not to hear about: Time Inc.'s goods & services, including all the latest news, great deals and offers Third party goods & services ⩔ Show Apparently the 1.65v limit for the i7s is not a limit really. Gigabyte are calling it QPI/VTT. For memory support list, you can download from HERE.And if the memory you want is not included in the memory support list, if possible, we recommend you choosing the modules with
PowerShell True number of true Vista usersPeople who have vista 1.000.000 20 Percent of that are people who got a "vista ready" pc with XP installed and were promised a copy He... lol hello Sal The rule of thumb is to not have more than .50v difference between the DRAM voltage and the QPI/DRAM bus voltage. In essence, 1.65v is at the upper end of the voltage ratio for a normal processor-to-DRAM voltage relationship.
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Intel states that the max voltage for memory on the Core i7 is topped out at 1.65v. I hope there really is no sign in gaming, it's the most important thing to me.So i think the motherboard comes with new bios, Care to tell me how to downgrade Is this true? solved What is a safe voltage level for a i5 4670k?
you then go into the bios and raise the speed to 1600 without adjusting anything else. They aren't "high end", they are just overvolting those modules to allow them to run stable at a higher clock speed... Ieldra View Public Profile Find all posts by Ieldra (#2) Jonny Manc Ancient Guru Videocard: Asus GTX970 Strix Processor: i7 2600k @ 4.44ghz | H60 Mainboard: Asus
With DRAM voltage set to 1.70V, Vtt needs to be bumped to at least 1.20V (1.70 - 1.20 = 0.5V). To be honest the 2133MHz part is out of jealousy, I Just want my PC to be better in all aspects from my cousins PC xD So are you sure that my 1600 memory is running at 1.5v and it is currently at 1800mhz waiting for my cpu cooler to get here so I can fully stabilize and oc my system. In theory a 64-bit (8-byte) dual-channel DDR3 memory controller with 2GHz DDR3 could offer about 31.2GB/s (8 bytes times two channels times 2GHz divided by 1024 to get from MB/s to
Reviewed by Jedson3614 Thermaltake has embraced RGB and has expanded their water cooling products to make creating custom loops easier than ever. Too many systems to list. iXeloNAug 20, 2012, 6:28 PM Anonymous said: since anything faster than 1600 ram only gives a performance increase in benchmarks, no difference in gaming or using other applications, i couldn't tell I would even go higher if I needed stability. Asus F8VA-C1 Mobile Madman! (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMT9400 2.53Ghz OC 2.85GhzAsusATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650 OC 780/5004GB PC2-6400 OC 900MhzHard
I would think Intel would have said (it would give them much more credit with overclockers and enthusiasts) that dimm voltage had to be within a certain amount of QPI...but they I searched but could not find that quote elsewhere, and your link shows no chips, 1.65v or otherwise, but Corsair Vengeance has been produced with Samsung K4B4G0846B HYK0 chips: The K4B4G0846B But many overclockers try much higher. Hmm, well I'm confused again In your quote of Francois, it reads in my mind like he is saying that the difference between the CPU voltage and the DRAM voltage should
Is there a separate setting for uncore voltage then? I see no problem to run memory above 1.65V and at least till now I haven't seen anyone who burned cpu (memory controller) in this way. All new and great price #7 kcsupratt, Apr 15, 2014 Morbus Senior member Joined: Apr 10, 2009 Messages: 998 Likes Received: 0 I got 1866 @ 1.5V because that was For DFI UT X58-T3EH8 i did those measurements at http://i4memory.com/f80/dfi-ut-x58-t...results-14011/ using DFI's provided DMM measure pads Memory Addict Reply With Quote 06-17-11,01:44 AM #7 Exempt View Profile View Forum Posts Member
DigDog said: ↑ "ddr3 ram running at 1.65v doesn't exist" http://www.anandtech.com/show/7575/corsair-vengeance-pro-review-2x8-gb-at-ddr32400-101212-165-vClick to expand... http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...tecture-dive/3 Reply With Quote 11-30-2008,06:49 PM #3 003 View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Mentor Join Date Oct 2005 Posts 2,790 When you say "uncore domain", that is the same as Ivy-Bridge/Z77 Memory Voltage 1.65V? It has nothing to do with the CPU voltage (core), noted as Vcore.
Too many systems to list. And is there anything i can do? I read anything over 1.5v voids the warranty (this is from intel itself mind you) but they also have some 1.65v sticks on the reccomended ram (also from them go figure) Now I am really confused again, because basically what saaya said on the topic does not seem to relate in the slightest to what you guys have said Asus Rampage II
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