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Old 02-02-2004, 04:01 PM
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Default Gigabyte GA7N400 Nforce2 & Corsair RAM Voltage Question

Once other separate but related question. The Gigabyte Nforce 2 boards say they only support 2.5V DDR Ram, but alot of the PC3200 RAM I am looking at (Corsair) lists a Support voltage of 2.6 or 2.7. Will this work on the Nforce MB?
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Max supported voltage with our modules would be 2.8 Volts so as long as you don’t go over this there should not be a problem. But all DDR would be 2.5 Volts by default. Some modules will run better with a bit more voltage depending on the chipset that's used.
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