Hello, first post here, just gona jump straight in and ask. I bought some new parts for my gaming-rig - G.Skill Trident Z 4600mhz - https://www.overclockers.co.uk/g.sk...annel-kit-f4-4600c19d-16gtzkkc-my-10t-gs.html - Asus MAXIMUS XI Gene - https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus...151-ddr4-micro-atx-motherboard-mb-6cr-as.html - I7 8086K - https://www.overclockers.co.uk/inte...e-socket-lga1151-processor-oem-cp-65c-in.html First things first. I am extremly green to touching anything BIOS-related, so you have to dumb it down for me. Case: My ram is default 2166 mhz in BIOS if I don't do anything. I went into BIOS after watching alot of youtube-videos about how to set ramspeed etc, tried to do it manually, but I ended up using XMP1-option instead, which gives me all the right CAS-timings etc and the volting of 1.5 (1.35 on box), now here is the twist. My PC won't boot with this XMP-mode on with 1.5 volts. So I fiddled around and I had to give it 1.65 volts for be able to boot. After being able to play and use my pc, I tuned the volt down to 1.5 just for fun and then it actually booted. But on the next reboot, it would't start - and I had to turn it all the way back up to 1.65 (Which is red in bios) Question: Is it dangerous with so much voltage and is there any way I can fix it?