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    ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    I am looking to get some new gaming memory it is the

    OCZ 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800Mhz/PC2-6400 Memory CL4 Unbuffered ATI Certfified Dual Channel Kit

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    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/118298

    But the voltage is 2.1 to 2.3 i was just wondering if my mobo supports that voltage if not what voltage does it support?

    I have the latest bios installed but dont know what to do from there as far as checking memory voltage?

    Cheers Chris

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    Re: ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    You should be able to look in your BIOS and see your memory voltage options. Read your boards manual, that should point you in the right direction. I'd be suprised if it didnt support those voltages, they're nothing out of the ordinary,

    EDIT: Had a quick look around, as this is a very budget board, according to this article there are no DIMM votlage options
    http://www.sysopt.com/features/mboar...2027_3642766_3

    However, that review was done on the initial BIOS release. Later versions possibly added voltage options. The easiest way to find out is for you to look yourself.
    Last edited by s_kinton; 19-10-2007 at 03:58 PM.

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    Re: ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    Hi i will have a look on bios here is the latest bios info

    http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Dow...nuID=6&LanID=8

    and which option do i look at???

    and if not the right voltage will the memory still work ok for gaming????

    meny thanks

    Chris

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    Re: ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    If you can't set the right voltage the computer might not boot at all.

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    Re: ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    What do i look for when i get into the bios please what option do i chhose

    Meny thanks

    PS is the memory ive choosen good gaming memory or is they better for the same money

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    Re: ECS P965T-A memory voltage ????

    If you go to crucial's website they match memory to motherboard....might give you an idea on voltages.
    2nd computer gigabyte P965ds3p, 7770 E2140@2.9ghz, corsair HX520 6 years stable, replaced now with E8400@3.9ghz and will overclock more when I'm bored.

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