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post #21 of 25 Old 12-05-2010, 04:47 AM - Thread Starter
 
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hehe thanks but just wanted to know does it actually ruin the life of the card if i use this OC that is 1.125v and the OC of 900/1800/2200 stable 24/7 where temps stay under 90 C

if there is any problem ill surely go stock asap

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hehe thanks but just wanted to know does it actually ruin the life of the card if i use this OC that is 1.125v and the OC of 900/1800/2200 stable 24/7 where temps stay under 90 C

if there is any problem ill surely go stock asap
First off how high will it go set at stock?
Other than that only way to find out is try it guessing it might shorten the life of the card, Myself I wouldn't and my temps never get over much over 40C only time I mess with the voltage is if I'm benching or messing around.

Same with the CPU mine will run at 4.3GHz easy but all I need is 3.8 and from 3.8-4.3 the little improvement I see isn't worth the extra strain on the poor guy
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hehe ok iam back on stock voltage

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if you are looking at hwbot, some of those guys get very well binned hardware. My 580sc did about 920/1175 on air at stock, with raised voltage. I barely hit 1Ghz core & able to finish vantage with a modded bios on full cover water, even then my score went down a touch from 990.
1Ghz on stock cooling would be a golden card.
on a stock 580 i'm @ 950/2250 w/1.138V and the temp never goes past 55c

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so my palit 580 in sli with core voltage of 1.025v i moved the mem clock to 2150 stable and core to 850mhz shader at 1700.. anything above these became unstable and crashed.

so your saying by raising the voltage i can push each of these to a higher mhz and as long as i dont go over the designated volatge (safe voltage) and as long as temps are in check should be a decent / safe OC?

newb trying to learn......Thanks
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