I was the one who wrote this review on newegg lol.
Please read what I typed. It is very true.
VTT/QPI is a different voltage from the DRAM. I explained this clearly in the post. You can run the DRAM up to 1.65v according to Intel. Theoretically, this value is actually higher. Intel spec calls for 1.35v max on the VTT/QPI; and Intel spec also calls for the DRAM to be within .5v of the QPI/VTT. This allows for a max DRAM voltage of 1.85v.
Anyway, if this is over your head, as it appears to be on Toms Hardware, then just keep your QPI/VTT voltage under 1.4v for 24/7 usage and you will be fine.