quote hiifivewhat i was thinking. lower stock voltage = better quality modules.considering that the modules would had to have been made more stable to run at the lower voltage in the first place, meaning that the parts themselves should be more stable, and because of the lower heat, it should have more tolerance for overclocking, compared to another stick of higher voltage.
quote ashantiquafor about 5 bucks more, i feel it is worth it. yes, there are absolutely no performance benefits to it, and the energy saved looks small, considering its only about 4 to 6 watts. as for heat, im sure we all know that a little heat can make a big difference as a gamer, enthusiast, or overclocker.hahah hiigaran why're you so keen on low-voltage ram?
i mean, it offers no performance benefits (does it overclock more?), it isnt like RAM pumps out a ton of heat (i can see it helping a bit for laptops, but not so much desktops), and the small difference in voltage will make a negligible effect to ones power bill.... am i missing something?
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