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Bought all the parts for a computer, put it all together. Problem is, Corsair lists the voltage for the memory at 1.65v, my motherboard in its bios will only set the voltage to 1.64 or 1.66 volts not 1.65 even if you put it in manually it switches it automatically to 1.66. My motherboard is an ASUS M4A79XTD EVO and it does say in the manual that came with it that the mobo does support Corsair memory. No random restarts or overheating, I just want to know if I should keep it at 1.66 (currently at) or 1.64 volts? Thanx for your comments.

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    Problem is, Corsair lists the voltage for the memory at 1.65v, my motherboard in its bios will only set the voltage to 1.64 or 1.66 volts not 1.65 even if you put it in manually it switches it automatically to 1.66. My motherboard is an ASUS M4A79XTD EVO and it does say in the manual that came with it that the mobo does support Corsair memory.


    This is not a problem. Leave the voltage at 1.66v. if stable. Applying 1.66v. is not even considered an 'overvolt' and well within Mfg. specs.
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    Problem is, Corsair lists the voltage for the memory at 1.65v, my motherboard in its bios will only set the voltage to 1.64 or 1.66 volts not 1.65 even if you put it in manually it switches it automatically to 1.66. My motherboard is an ASUS M4A79XTD EVO and it does say in the manual that came with it that the mobo does support Corsair memory.


    This is not a problem. Leave the voltage at 1.66v. if stable. Applying 1.66v. is not even considered an 'overvolt' and well within Mfg. specs.



    Thanx Gitchi Gitchi Ya Ya Da, its all i needed to know, thanx very much!!!
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    nYour welcome Smokin' Joe. Glad I could help.
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