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Random rebooting (not BSOD)using 2 kits of TW3X4G1333C9A


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I just purchased a new computer, with the P5P32TD PRO motherboard and 8GB (4 x 2GB) of Corsair CM3X2G1333C9 RAM.


Unfortunately, ever since I finished installing Windows 7 64-bit on it, I experience sudden reboots every once in a while (even when the computer idles).

I disabled automatic reboot in case of a stop error (BSOD), but this is not the case - the reboot is not caused by a BSOD, therefore no minidump is made nor is there anything written in the event log.


I upgraded the BIOS to v0501 just in case, and everything in the BIOS is set to auto, and the memory is running at DDR1333. I ran Memtest86+ 4.0 overnight (about 8 hours) - the memory is fine.


After searching in the forums I found that the problem might be the insufficient voltage to the memory modules. I manually switched the memory to DDR1066 and the problem (seems to have) went away - the system doesn't reboot now.


So my question is, how can I set the correct voltage, so that the RAM will work at DDR1333?


Thanks in advance!

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