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1.55v isn't max on air, it's recommended by most people as a safe max because you'll probably hit a heat wall at this voltage before you even get returns in performance.

To read your temperatures correctly, disregard your core temperatures. You should be watching your CPU socket temp instead. Use HWMonitor, not real temp, not core temp, etc.
    
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LG/SAMSUNG IBM MODEL M CORSAIR THERMALTAKE 
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No, but i just ordered 3 of the newer models wich are 3-D to do an eyefinity setup
cool, i got 3d lcd 40 inch
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@OP

1.55v isn't max on air, it's recommended by most people as a safe max because you'll probably hit a heat wall at this voltage before you even get returns in performance.

To read your temperatures correctly, disregard your core temperatures. You should be watching your CPU socket temp instead. Use HWMonitor, not real temp, not core temp, etc.
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