Question about Intel Motherboard
Yes you can. Any DDRII RAM can function at 1.8v.
Every memory module has profiles written into it, this allows it to function at various speeds and voltages, and 1.8v is the default voltage for DDRII.
Voltages above 1.8v are used for overclocking, to take full advantage of high speed DDRII memory you should manually set the voltage and frequency in your motherboards BIOS (accessed by pressing DEL or F1 during boot), if your motherboard does not have options to set these parameters manualy then your memory will function at the default speed and voltage
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