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Thread: My rails good enough for an OC??
09-06-04, 12:13 AM #1
My rails good enough for an OC??
I am waiting for my watercooling system to come in the mail. ATM my rails are email@example.com, +firstname.lastname@example.org, +email@example.com, -firstname.lastname@example.org, -email@example.com
These are during max load. I use MBM to monitor them which i know isn't 100% accurate. But pretty much are these rails good enough to get me atleast a 3.6-3.8ghz OC?? Using an Antec True430w PSU w/duel fans.Intel i5 4570 - Asus Z87C - G Skill 2x4gb
Corsair 750w Modular - Antec 300 - ATI HD7850OC
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09-06-04, 08:38 AM #2
I'm fairly confident that you would be fine with that setup on air cooling, but since I have no clue how much power the water pump will draw, I couldn't tell you how well it will go. Try it and find outMy systems:
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09-06-04, 08:42 PM #3
MBM5 reads my +12v line at 11.68v right now. my multimeter plugged into a spare molex connector reads 12.07v, you really cant trust software monitoring. but you should be okay
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