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Where did you read that? 1.25v is the default voltage of boost cards. And like Flashfir said, watch the vrm temps. That's what actually fries when you hose your card.

I feel so stupid... I misread it as a high voltage. 1.35 is what I found to be a high voltage here (that's at least how i interpreted what raghu was saying).

Sorry! redface.gif Been out of the AMD game for a while. Was relying on some research for this.
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Originally Posted by tsm106 View Post

Where did you read that? 1.25v is the default voltage of boost cards. And like Flashfir said, watch the vrm temps. That's what actually fries when you hose your card.

I feel so stupid... I misread it as a high voltage. 1.35 is what I found to be a high voltage here (that's at least how i interpreted what raghu was saying).

Sorry! redface.gif Been out of the AMD game for a while. Was relying on some research for this.


No worries. I just found that idea strange since ghz boost cards come with 1.25v stock as do a few customs like the toxic and matrix cards so it's most definitely not dangerous. On air I would keep it at 1.3v or under and on water its user choice.
Edited by tsm106 - 5/18/13 at 2:07am
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