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post #11 of 13
You can go past 1.1v on the classified 570 if you wish and the VRMs won't give you any hassle. It's the weak power delivery of the reference 570s that had issues.

I can go 1.2v no problem on my Asus DC II 570, because of the beefier custom PCB.
    
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post #12 of 13
I have a backplate on my card, and if you go past 1.1v you can feel that where the vrm`s are its getting pritty hot there.
And saw pictures of the exact same pcb i had, that one vrm was burned out.
The asus card has better vrm`s to manage a higher voltage, they are not the same as the classified.
post #13 of 13
I am not taking that risk.
If any one found better picture or technical documentations, i would be happy if someone can point me to that.
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