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Originally Posted by vmatt1203 View Post
You are crazy to suggest that much voltage for 24/7 use it does not matter that its on water or not, pushing that much voltage through the chip degrades it. water just helps the temps
Any overclocking will degrade the life expectancy.

I also never specified what kind of water. I know people running chilled water with high temps of 40C. They can run 1.5v no problem. It's all dependent on outside factors.

Just don't be so dead set on set voltages. The temperature of the chip dictates the max voltages. I agree though. I might have been a bit vague. But 1.5v on water is possible, given the correct circumstances.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 6/14/11 at 10:28am
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