|03-11-2004, 12:27 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 03 2004
safe vdimm level 24/7
hey all. i was wondering since the memory controller for a64 systems are on the chip. is it safe to run 3.0-3.2v thru the memory all day, every day ? infact, what kind of max vdimm can you get away with without burnin the cpu out within like a year ?
|03-11-2004, 02:27 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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newer AMD64 newcastles and the like seem to handle high vdimm fine as i haven't seen or heard of newer cpus dying at all with 3.3-3.6v vdimm pumped into them. Now whether particular memory can handle it really depends on memory.
Winbond BH-5/6 handle high vdimm well 3.0-3.6v
Winbond CH-5/6 don't handle high vdimm well
I think 2.9-3.1v should be fine for most memory.
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