No, stability is the same. But you can use lower voltages for the SA and IO voltage.
I would do the following.
1) Disable XMP, reboot, and note the SA and IO voltages in the BIOS. They're here:
In the pic above, you can already see elevated SA and IO voltages. With disabled XMP and after a reboot, they will be lower. Usually they are 1.050V for SA and 0.950V for IO. Write them down.
2) Set "DRAM frequency" to 3200 MHz (assuming that's the XMP speed, i.e. what's written on the packaging and modules). Then it will usually apply the other XMP settings, like setting DRAM Voltage to 1.35V and the timings. Reboot and look at the voltages again.
3) DRAM Voltage should be around 1.35V. Check SA and IO voltages. If they're much higher than the values you wrote down before, set the values you wrote down, with only +0.01V on top, so SA 1.060V and IO 0.960V.
4) Now it should still run like a charm, without elevated SA and IO voltages. You can do some RAM stress-testing now, with Memtest and MemtestHelper: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?...r-stress-testing-in-2020.342196/#post-1997709
Thanks my friend, I did get this replay from Intel now regarding the WHEA - I did contact them before I did write here in the forum.
The WHEA error seems to be an indication that a parity error was detected, likely in data arriving from memory. It could be in the processor cores, processor uncore or in graphics subsystem. This was a single-bit error, which is recoverable (can be reconstituted). If it had been a multi-bit error, it would have been more catastrophic.
Neither of these other reports had anything to do with this WHEA error. They occurred days apart from the WHEA error.
Should you be concerned? Yes. Is it the processor's fault? Likely. If it reoccurs, I would RMA the processor.
Reoccurs is that if it happens again right? English is not my main speaking.
But I'm wondering also regarding: "The WHEA error seems to be an indication that a parity error was detected, likely in data arriving from memory"
Does he mean that it can be the RAM? So basically the issue can be in my RAM if I do understand him right? Or do he mean the SSD?