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Old 10-10-2005, 04:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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1.697 ON A VENICE! im afraid to even push it past 1.6. i shuold get water. but i dont know anything about water lol.
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I think mine came stock pushing 1.63volts... I'll check, but I'm pretty dang sure

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If it came at 1.63v stock (which I highly doubt) then I would recommend RMA'ing it.

As for pushing almost 1.7v through a Venice...no comment.
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Well as long as i keep my temps at a pretty low level, as they are now i shouldn't really have anything to worry about should i?
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not always true. I know that some processor end up frying memory units because of the volts, not the temperature. But, if it's working, it's working.

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Yea, but it might not be working for long.

If you put too many volts through it, no matter if the CPU is at -100*C, its gonna fail permanently.
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on the AMD64s it can possibly fry the memory controller....XP's however are a different story...as long as it's cool put some volts through that beotch I put 2.225 trying to get 2.8GHz stable on my XP-M....still wasn't stable though =/ Maxed out at 2.7GHz 24/7 stable and 2.8GHz bootable
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Well i don't really want to fry my memory controller. So what would be a safe max volts to put through it?
I am gonna try lowering the volts again and see if she is stable or not.
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for a venice i would say nothign over 1.6
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meh I'd say nothing over 1.7v personally, but it better be under 45-50C
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