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I have my Mushkin @ 3.3v right mow :D

 

I give my Crucial 2.9v and I had some generic stuff with Infineon RAM that I gave 3v. I have had none of my RAM die on me yet so go ahead and give it 2.8v

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Yeah, I don't think that ram is very picky about voltages at all...I've never once had a stick of ram die on me, and I pretty much just go ahead and max out the voltage. Even my cheap-o nanya ram that I used to have would take 2.8v and 215fsb all day with no problems. This Geil I have now...man, I could pump anything through this stuff.

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Have that ram, done it and it still runs fin at 2.9 no problems... good luck though I can't seem to get 220+ FSB out of it no matter the voltage though my use of timings probably wasn't loosend enough...

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That RAM will have no trouble running 2.8v. I've burnt RAM sticks up, but never at 2.8v. One set of HyperX PC3200 BH-5 took 3.5v before it crapped out, and my Mushkin LvlII BH-5 craps out about 3.7v after long uses. Some OCZ and Geil high speed RAM I had let go at 3.0v, and it the OCZ was supposed to handle 2.9v.

 

Bottom line...you're fine. Shoot 2.8v thru it and give it a wake-up call.

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That RAM will have no trouble running 2.8v. I've burnt RAM sticks up, but never at 2.8v. One set of HyperX PC3200 BH-5 took 3.5v before it crapped out, and my Mushkin LvlII BH-5 craps out about 3.7v after long uses. Some OCZ and Geil high speed RAM I had let go at 3.0v, and it the OCZ was supposed to handle 2.9v.

 

Bottom line...you're fine. Shoot 2.8v thru it and give it a wake-up call.

noooooo the mushkin was sooo young so full of life(spanks nuc)I COULDA USED SOME BH-5!!!! <_<

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