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I am looking to upgrade my ram. Unless specifically listed as 1.65v can I assume the ram is 1.5v?
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In theory, yes. In practice, it is possible that there's an error in the listing at Newegg (or wherever). You may be able to double-check by cross-referencing the mfg's part number against the mfg's own web site.
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Can you give us the link for the exact modules you bought?
Reading comprehension problems on my part....you said you are going to buy not that you already bought.
At what voltage does your current RAM operates at? What kind of amount/frequency of DDR3 ram are you interested in? We could give some suggestions.
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