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What are the Safe zones for a GTX 580?

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I just wanted to know what the highest Voltage to go on a GTX 580, and the Highest for a 24/7 Run without degrading much?

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Edit: 580 is water-cooled so heat is not a issue.
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I just wanted to know what the highest Voltage to go on a GTX 580, and the Highest for a 24/7 Run without degrading much?

Thanks.

Edit: 580 is water-cooled so heat is not a issue.

I think long term, 1.15v is safe. Myself would run 1.2v on a GTX 580 for 24/7 use on a full coverage block. I'm using 1.25v on my GTX 480 that is watercooled.

If I could get 1.25v access on the GTX 580, I'd probably use that voltage instead of 1.2v.biggrin.gif
    
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I think long term, 1.15v is safe. Myself would run 1.2v on a GTX 580 for 24/7 use on a full coverage block. I'm using 1.25v on my GTX 480 that is watercooled.

If I could get 1.25v access on the GTX 580, I'd probably use that voltage instead of 1.2v.biggrin.gif

Thanks for the Numbers! thumb.gif
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