You should be running 1.5v RAM. If turning on XMP ( Extreme memory profile ) does not work then set it manually in BIOS. 1.65v RAM is dangerous at least to Sandy Bridge CPUs so I assume to Ivy Bridge as well especially since they hate high voltage when overclocking so much. These chips have an integrated memory controller on the CPU. It's no longer on the motherboard like in past generations.
Well it turns out the ram was just faulty. However I must ask, what voltage should 1067, 1333, and 1600 ram run at?
Also on a completely different note, if I overclock my GTX 560 Ti to around 2300 MHz Shader Clock, and 2469 MHz Video RAM, what voltage should I use?