Sometimes I have the notorious "Missing Memory Problem" (e.g. 24G installed, board boots with 16G) and one solution I read was to increase the DRAM voltage. I'm wondering if there are other, less "brute-force" ways of addressing this problem.
My freq/timings are 6x4GB @533, 7-7-7-19 CR1. I haven't found a combination that will consistently boot all 6 DIMMs so I'm trying the DRAM voltage at 1.6.
G.Skill replied to someone on newegg saying 1.6V would "work fine" but neither writer specified the chipset. So I'm wondering whether 1.6V DRAM actually is safe to run through the X58 chipset.
Thanks for any thoughts you'd care to share...I appreciate it.
I believe x58 standard is 1.65v
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