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Difference between 1.2V amd 1.35V ddr4 ram

Anything 1.35v is basically a factory overclocked stick. 1.2v is the standard operating voltage. Same thing with 1.5v versus 1.65v in DDR3 sticks.

 

The 1.2v stick is NOT a low voltage module, but rather the standard voltage.

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So is there any important difference between 1.2 and 1.35V DDR4 memory that I should be aware of? Looking at these two meomory kits: http://www.prisjakt.no/product.php?j=3275218,3382702


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1.2V is for low power applications, you'll probably find it in laptops. Just like you have 1.5V DDR3 and 1.35V LPDDR3


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Anything 1.35v is basically a factory overclocked stick. 1.2v is the standard operating voltage. Same thing with 1.5v versus 1.65v in DDR3 sticks.

 

The 1.2v stick is NOT a low voltage module, but rather the standard voltage.

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So is there any important difference between 1.2 and 1.35V DDR4 memory that I should be aware of? Looking at these two meomory kits: http://www.prisjakt.no/product.php?j=3275218,3382702

well here is the difference.

 

i am taking your post literally.

 

In maths difference = subtraction

 

so therefore the difference between 1.35 and 1.2 is 0.15 volts.

 

LMFAO!!!!!!!!!! Oh my god i'm an asshole.

 

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So is there any important difference between 1.2 and 1.35V DDR4 memory that I should be aware of? Looking at these two meomory kits: http://www.prisjakt.no/product.php?j=3275218,3382702

The difference is, one is overclocked higher than the other. 1.35v is perfectly fine for 24/7 use. 1.2v is just the JEDEC standard for DDR4 voltage. Both kits would work fine, but the 3200mhz kit is obviously faster. As far as power consumption goes, you won't notice much of a difference at all. A watt or two at most. 


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