Anything over 1,5v is unstable. I'm starting to remember how this **** actually works. My RAM sticks ought to run at 1,65v at 1600MHz.
I'll take a quick peek into my BIOS to see what kind of settings it offers me, reporting back soon.
Oh, and I also have two of these. http://www.kingston.com/datasheets/KHX1600C9D3_4G.pdf
E: Alright, I couldn't get the print screen function of my UEFI to work so I had to take them with my phone, but it shouldn't be too shabby. Some of the values look pretty fucked to me, considering whenever I load the absolute defaults I get boot failures and it reverts back to these.
Now, I noticed that the voltages shift between 1.500 and 1.503 but I assume there is no real difference in that. I'll get a video showing what the heck happens when I reset the values to the defaults.
I'm currently uploading a video where I accepted the changes, default settings that is, and the boot failure and reverting back to the same ol' **** that I got in the screenshots above. Video quality is **** but enough can be seen. Nevermind, looks like it offers even 720p, meh.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iS_kp55QXkA&feature=youtu.be
Here the default settings
And here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muBqLT4rY6k&feature=youtu.be
with old **** but this time with 1600MHz. It works fine for an hour or two, but I start getting problems pretty quickly, especially when playing games. My computer just completely freezes or crashes and boot failures. GG.
Yeah, now about the DRAM voltage controls. It tells how to increase and decrease but the buttons don't do anything, **** marks appear on the text box with the value in it and nothing happens,