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High (1.5V) voltage DDR support

Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2016 9:47 pm
by Londo
Just want to report the following:

I have been using 8Gb 1.5V DDR3 (not DDR3L) on a fitlet now for weeks without any problems (and I have been using the PC a lot lately, doing intensive stuff). The name of the ram is
"Kingston 8GB KFJ-FPC3B/8G DDR3 1333MHz"

I dont know why it is working so well, but it does, so there you have it.

Re: High (1.5V) voltage DDR support

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:42 pm
by Arwen
Some of the Kingston RAM is dual voltage. Meaning it will work at 1.5 volts and 1.35
volts. All 3 of my Kingston RAM, (in SO-DIMM form facter), are such. See this thread;

It is likely that true 1.5 volt only memory will not work with fitlet models due to the SoC,
(System on a Chip), not supporting them.