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at those speeds (after a volt mod) wouldn't you be likely to get artifacts?
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after a volt mod, can you reach noticably higher speeds without artifacts?
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after a volt mod, can you reach noticably higher speeds without artifacts?
Most definitely you can clock higher with a higher voltage.
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The higher the voltage, the less likely of producing artifacts at a previous clockspeed, thus you can overclock higher with less artifacts. But be careful of the temps. You will want a good aftermarket cooler with the max load to be preferably under 70C.
post #16 of 23
The Higher the Voltage the More power to the GPU and Mem, Therefor they have more potenetial to overclock. But it will definately Increase the Heat.
post #17 of 23
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well the ice q cooler is pretty decent, i rarely see temps above 60 and most of the time they are around 38-46 degrees even after gaming, but will temps be higher even at stock speeds after a volt mod?
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well the ice q cooler is pretty decent, i rarely see temps above 60 and most of the time they are around 38-46 degrees even after gaming, but will temps be higher even at stock speeds after a volt mod?
Yes
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well the ice q cooler is pretty decent, i rarely see temps above 60 and most of the time they are around 38-46 degrees even after gaming, but will temps be higher even at stock speeds after a volt mod?
Simple Answere yes as you are Pumping more Volts through it . More volts = more heat.
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alright cool, good info thanks guys i guess i'll start researching volt mods
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