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What kind of voltages are people putting through sandy's?

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that's right, but I dont think that any of us lives in Alaska nor the caribbean coast to get such different readings at the similar or sometimes same setup... btw... ambient temp would it be near 25 in my room. Case temp (mobo temp) reads 36c-38c through nvidia monitor or everest

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My room temps are between 22-23c. So yes there is a couple degree differences between us

 

My layout.

 

1 80mm inlet on bottom.

1 80mm exhaust mounted out the top of the tower

1 120mm blowing on CPU area and XP-90

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Well... based on my experience, your top exhaust it's really doing the job.... I've always done that on my setups.... the problem it's that I cant drill a blowhole on this beauty......:(

 

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rise, I have the same setup as u..... try getting the mems to 255mhz to reach a nice 2.8ghz, should be stable at that voltage.. Also, where did u got that temp readings??

 

nah, i need more volts and using cool n quiet i need "auto" +xxx to get my vcore. so its either this or 1.582. i'll probably try it someday, too busy messing with the rig i have for sale though now.

 

temp readings are just from the board. you use a probe?

 

edit, yeah btw my ram is good to 260 at these timings so i wouldn't mind getting that 2800.

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im using a probe at the heatsink, but that's no measure at all IMO, temps seems to high for me, but who cares, it's rock stable in prime95 and never gets past the 50c

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What would you guys run voltage at when you first startup your 3700+ Sandy? Like runnign at stock speeds I mean... 1.4? 1.5? what about the % Control

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