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Just wondering.

I'm guessing the 2.4v range with just heatspreaders-- how about with active cooling? (read: 120mm fan in 5.25 bay)


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post #2 of 10 Old 11-19-2006, 10:47 AM
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Active cooling would be at 2.5-2.6V
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Hm.

Most mobo's don't allow you to go above 2.45v anyway.

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Volt mod =D


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2.4v? I'd say touch the heat-spresders and if they're too warm, time for some active cooling.

Max Voltage? You can use as much as the mobo can give, but will it be safe for the RAM? Depends on which RAM.

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2.4v? I'd say touch the heat-spresders and if they're too warm, time for some active cooling.

Max Voltage? You can use as much as the mobo can give, but will it be safe for the RAM? Depends on which RAM.
..Yeah...D9GKX RAM.

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Well, not all D9s (ICs) are equal from what I've seen, so it depends on the RAM.

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My 6400C3 3-3-2-1 2.9v (fan 120x120x38 110cfm)

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