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Start adding voltage, and youll feel the heat. Ive had my TCCD hot to the touch
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Originally Posted by Crash
Start adding voltage, and youll feel the heat. Ive dad my TCCD hot to the touch
Yes, but at voltages high enough to cause heat on the chips, were you able to load Windows? Everytime I upped the voltages I got BSODs or freeze ups.
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Yes, but at voltages high enough to cause heat on the chips, were you able to load Windows? Everytime I upped the voltages I got BSODs or freeze ups.
Dude, when I still had my ocz pc4000, I had to run the volts pretty high to get reasonable timings. At 3.4v, those puppies could burn your hand.
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Wow! Does that mean I need to up the voltage if I get lockups?
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Lockups are usually a temp issue. I don't think pumping more volts is going to solve that...
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