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So I'm new to this whole volt mod thing but I have a few questions.

1) I have a 500 watt server spec PSU laying around. Would it be possible to have the 500 watt supply my GPU and then my 750 watt run the rest of the board?

2) What are some safe voltages to use?

Also any general advice on how to keep decent cooling? I'd like to get a test bench to try this but I can keep dreaming.
 
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So I'm new to this whole volt mod thing but I have a few questions.
1) I have a 500 watt server spec PSU laying around. Would it be possible to have the 500 watt supply my GPU and then my 750 watt run the rest of the board?
2) What are some safe voltages to use?
Also any general advice on how to keep decent cooling? I'd like to get a test bench to try this but I can keep dreaming.

Don't know about safe voltages, but on 1) - yes, it is possible, it has been done, and is not as hard as it may sound smile.gif
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1st: https://www.google.si/search?gcx=c&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=using+2+psus
2nd: I wouldnt go over 1.15v for 24/7 use. Only for gaming maybe. For benching, (if you're planing on benching) well... depends on your temperature. The lower the temp the higher the volts.
For cooling: for air just keep the airflow going. That's pretty much all for air. And test benches are louder and get dusty in 7days. Not a good idea.
Better get watercooling if you ask me.
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