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Where is memory voltage?
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Hi, Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I'm trying to find out actual memory voltage on an HP computer (that doesn't list voltages in BIOS). In the "Memory" header of HWiNFO64 v5.40-3030, Module Nominal Voltage is listed as "1.5 V, 1.35 V". I further looked in the sensors tab to see if I could get an actual reading, but can't find anything that appears to correspond. The memory is DDR3L, and I am just trying to make sure that the motherboard is running it at 1.35V. I am getting memtest86+ errors (3 errors, run over a weekend) and before returning the memory, I'm trying to determine whether it is being run properly (the timings appear correct). Thanks!
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#2
Only some mainboards are capable of monitoring memory voltage, which requires dedicated hardware support.
Since this voltage is not even listed in your BIOS monitoring section, then I think it doesn't support it.
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(12-12-2016, 06:07 PM)Martin Wrote: Only some mainboards are capable of monitoring memory voltage, which requires dedicated hardware support.
Since this voltage is not even listed in your BIOS monitoring section, then I think it doesn't support it.

Thank you. Would you please explain what the listing means under Module Nominal Voltage? Does it mean that the ram supports both 1.35 and 1.5v?
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Yes, it means that memory module supports both voltage levels.
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