Gigabyte EP43/45-UD3L + Corsair CM2X1024-6400 v7.5

Alright, put these together

1. Corsair CM2X1024-6400 v7.5 (Or ANY other Corsair Powerchips)
2. Gigabyte EP43/45-UD3L (Technically the same chipset)
3. 1.900V (Recommended voltage as stated on RAM)

I get random blue screens. System is obviously unstable. To make the issue disappear, I MUST use default voltage aka 1.8V. It does not happen to Gigabyte P35 chipsets. I've not yet tested other memory chipsets with 1.9V.

So what's going on? I don't feel comfortable running on lower voltages on those rams, I should the recommended values.

I like powerchips and I select the ram revisions that just use powerchips.
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  1. My experience with Corsair has led me to believe that they buy up all the chips that the maintenance robots sweep off the fab floor...
  2. well the chips do not have issues with p35 and lower or other chipsets. why would it happen to just p4x
  3. If the modules are stable at 1.8v, then run 1.8v. This is less heat generated for your memory which is a good thing.

    bilbat said:
    My experience with Corsair has led me to believe that they buy up all the chips that the maintenance robots sweep off the fab floor...
    What do the Beatles have to do with this???
  4. Spawned a puzzled look for a good five seconds, did a full theatrical double-take, and FOCL! (Fell Off Chair Laughing...)
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