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One of my cards runs at 1.000v stock and the other runs at 1.025v.

This is the exact model card here: http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=02G-P3-1469-KR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=

I've matched them both to 1.025v now and it seems to have further stabilized my oc @ 920mhz core. I'm wondering if it's safe to push the voltage and bit higher and try for 950mhz?
    
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Ya it'll be fine. Just makes sure the temps are OK.
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Should be fine
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Well I have both cards matching their fan speed to GPU temp.

And theres a 120mm fan on the side of my case that blows over BOTH cards.

The highest I've seen is 78c at any time regardless of voltage / clocks. How high is it safe to go?
    
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I've heard as high as 1.125v being safe, but I'll let other people vouch for that.

To keep things on the safe side, I won't run more than 1.075v for benchmarks and won't run more than 1.050v 24/7.
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I've heard as high as 1.125v being safe, but I'll let other people vouch for that.

To keep things on the safe side, I won't run more than 1.075v for benchmarks and won't run more than 1.050v 24/7.

What he said. biggrin.gif
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