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Graphics card overvoltage-degradation?

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I'm simply wondering about how bad my GTX 780 should degrade over 2 years if I play demanding games about 5 days every week with 1.212V instead of the stock-voltage of 1.162V?
If you have any experience with older cards that you overvolted quite a bit then please go ahead and tell me how they are today! thumb.gif
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I wouldn't worry about it. Even with any theoretical decrease in lifespan, you will end up replacing your videocard way before then.
Edited by Inglewood78 - 8/14/13 at 8:02pm
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I wouldn't worry about it. Even with any theoretical decrease in lifespan, you will end of replacing your videocard way before then.

This.

I have a 9800 GTX voltmodded and it still works today thumb.gif
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