FakeSnorry_After a bit of research, ive been able to locate some of the RAM settings in my BIOS. Honestly
You sick man, 1.5V for a CPU that supports (on its IMC) max 1.35V (DDR3L/LPDDR3) is astonishingly dangerous and can cause serious electromigration.
I agree with you, though i did use regular DDR3 on this computer for a good year at least prior to this and i'm still going strong.
But since i couldn't run 2133 or loosen timings any primary timings at 1866, i tried going to the regular 1.35v and it is actually stable. I suppose it doesn't say 2133 was supported.
Also I reran the benchmark at 3.7GHz for comparison. Gained about 27fps overall.benchmark1.dem, 214.55fps 13.4fps var
1) Your "i've tried ddr3 for a year and it was fine" it's the worst thing a person can thought, that .15V more will kill your system waaaay faster than a regular 1.35V DDR3L (like if you're overclocking a 45nm and lower CPU and break 1.45V of vcore. Even if you won't notice, your CPU suffers a lot more and it will die in 5 years instead of 10)
It would be different if we were talking about socket 775 and older, in which case its memory controller is in the motherboard and not that much of an issue.
2) Regular ddr3 can't be put on a laptop cpu/system/mobo, as well it's impossibile 1.5V SODIMMs are available if not 2133/2400.
3)If your mobo/cpu isn't very capable of staying on 1.5V due to power and heat constraints, it will significately throttle (even if you won't notice on gameplay/normal scenario, your mobo will probabily scream for help)