Memory Voltage compatibility with MOBO

New to computer building and have a question. Do I need to match the voltage on a MOBO to the voltage of memory stick?

Example:

On the GIGABYTE GA-MA69VM-S2 AM2 AMD 690V Micro ATX AMD Motherboard. The Gigabyte website says memory is DDR2 800. Then it says 1.8 V.

DO I have to purchase 1.8 V RAM? What if it was higher? How would the affect the system? Thanks in advance.
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  1. You can always change the voltage in the BIOS. If you're not overclocking, just stick with RAM with 1.8. A DATA is good is you're overclocking and if you are, the Crucial Ballistix is very good but a bit more expensive
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