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RAM voltage

Go to solution Solved by JohnDongus,

Don't worry about it. 

So i was looking to double my RAM the other day, so i enter my build int PC Part Picker to try and find the best price. After entering my specs, PCP tells me that my RAM is 1.6V and my mobo is only rated for 1.5V. I have been running this set up for 3 years. Is this an issue that should worry me? I really want to double up my memory but i dont want to play with fire (literally of figuratively).My specs are posted if needed. 

Case Fractal Design Define R6 MOBO: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Elite CPU: i9 9900k Cooler: Fractal Design Celcius S24 GPU: Gigabyte Aorus Waterforce Extreme 1080tiMemory Tforce ddr4 3200 c14 32GB 4x8 Storage SSD Kingston 240GB SSD, intel660p 1TB m.2 Samsung 860 EVO 1TB m.2 PSU Corsair HX1200 

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Don't worry about it. 

CPU:R9 3900x@4.5Ghz RAM:Vengeance Pro LPX @ 3200mhz MOBO:MSI Tomohawk B350 GPU:PNY GTX 1080 XLR8

DRIVES:500GB Samsung 970 Pro + Patriot Blast 480GB x2 + 12tb RAID10 NAS

MONITORS:Pixio PX329 32inch 1440p 165hz, LG 34UM68-p 1080p 75hz

 

 

 

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  • 5 weeks later...

I didn't and it works great. my PC is complete finally. time to start a new build

Case Fractal Design Define R6 MOBO: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Elite CPU: i9 9900k Cooler: Fractal Design Celcius S24 GPU: Gigabyte Aorus Waterforce Extreme 1080tiMemory Tforce ddr4 3200 c14 32GB 4x8 Storage SSD Kingston 240GB SSD, intel660p 1TB m.2 Samsung 860 EVO 1TB m.2 PSU Corsair HX1200 

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