Originally Posted by kevindd992002
Ok, I believe it though. Overvolting the PWM circuitry is very dangerous. Overvolting the core is another story.
Yeah, I just showed the link to the OP here.
you should probably must check this awesome post :
- Triple Overvoltage: adjust the voltage of GPU, memory and PLL to unleash the potential of graphics card.
- Enhanced PWM Design: provide higher overclocking capability and better stability in peak load.
So in a way MSI does mention the PWM, however IMO it's quite misleading. On cards that have "Military Class III Components" one would expect that the Enhanced PWM Design means it has a beefed-up PWM chip and not that same chip running almost twice its specified voltage.
Post 176 at http://www.overclock.net/t/1311874/toms-msi-caught-overvolting-gtx-660-ti-670-power-edition-cards/170
In the beginning, MSI was talking aboout ENHANCED PWM Design....means they know exactly what they're doing.
and you should ask PE Owners in here : http://www.overclock.net/t/1265574/msi-gtx-670-power-edition-twin-frozr-4-cooler
Ok, my Last post in here, since I don't want to bump the completed thread. If you still have a question, ask in the link I gave you...Edited by Sharchaster - 11/20/12 at 7:43am