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jeez...should i be concerned with my 1.150v on my msi? temps are fine at 63c
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running at 1.138 and 1.25 on my classys. I am water cooled though.
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The MSI has a unisink covering the VRMs and VRAM, so while I wouldn't go any higher than 1.15v you shouldn't be at too high of a risk at that voltage for just regular gaming usage.

The EVGA having no VRM cooling was why I also recommended the very similar MSI over them, but I still don't think that if the card was just used for gaming that 1.1v on uncooled VRMs was the biggest factor in the cards failure. That amount of voltage should be fine for that card even without heatsinks for the VRM, I would guess that this was just a bad luck with a weak component on his specific card.
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The MSI has a unisink covering the VRMs and VRAM, so while I wouldn't go any higher than 1.15v you shouldn't be at too high of a risk at that voltage for just regular gaming usage.
The EVGA having no VRM cooling was why I also recommended the very similar MSI over them, but I still don't think that if the card was just used for gaming that 1.1v on uncooled VRMs was the biggest factor in the cards failure. That amount of voltage should be fine for that card even without heatsinks for the VRM, I would guess that this was just a bad luck with a weak component on his specific card.

Agreed on the EVGA unless water cooling. The VRMs are cooled with my DD blocks.
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The Classified they sent me as an rma came at 1.025v default, I don't plan on pushing it higher. I just set the core to 850mhz and have gaming safely away.
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The Classified they sent me as an rma came at 1.025v default, I don't plan on pushing it higher. I just set the core to 850mhz and have gaming safely away.

Push it. You could get another few months out of it. biggrin.gif
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Push it. You could get another few months out of it. biggrin.gif
I had fun benchmarking when I first got it. I'm happy with the 3dmark score I achieved, and every game I own right now plays great.thumb.gif
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I had fun benchmarking when I first got it. I'm happy with the 3dmark score I achieved, and every game I own right now plays great.thumb.gif

Hell yeah. These cards are fun.
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Has anyone tried using this?

Gelid ICY VISION

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835426026

Still looking for a way to decrease the temp of my EVGA 448s. Top hits around 90 and bottom 85 in BF3. Added a few more case fans and pci slot antec blower. Lowered a few degrees but not enough.

Any other coolers like this that are better and for sure fit the EVGA 560ti 448?

Should I take off the covers and add heatsinks to the VRM and VRAM? I have an intake fan attached to my HDD cage that is only a few inches away. Plenty of cool air could blow over the heatsinks.

Or throw down $120 and buy an h60 for each?
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Has anyone tried using this?
Gelid ICY VISION
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835426026
Still looking for a way to decrease the temp of my EVGA 448s. Top hits around 90 and bottom 85 in BF3. Added a few more case fans and pci slot antec blower. Lowered a few degrees but not enough.
Any other coolers like this that are better and for sure fit the EVGA 560ti 448?
Should I take off the covers and add heatsinks to the VRM and VRAM? I have an intake fan attached to my HDD cage that is only a few inches away. Plenty of cool air could blow over the heatsinks.
Or throw down $120 and buy an h60 for each?


Get H60s for both and get heat syncs on the VRM modules.
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