QUOTE(killxswitch @ Jan 17 2006, 12:56 PM)I have an A64 3200+ that is watercooled, and I would like to know how many volts I can safely give this processor for an extended period of time. I know overvolting will decrease the life expectancy of this CPU, but I tend to upgrade often enough that this isn't much of an issue. This Venice is currently running at 1.5 volts.
Thanks in advance.
I personally would not go over 1.55V no matter what cooling system you have. Just because it is water doesn't mean that you can spike the voltage to get it to OC higher, this can still damage the chip, even if the temps are low.
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