Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by technao, Mar 23, 2014.
Nope the vrm will be just fine.
and memories vram too?
Memory does not usually support over-volting AFAIK. Whichever VRMs are supplying the vram with power will not be getting very stressed. In other words, the memory chips will fail before the VRMs do.
ya makes sense, what worries me the longevity of these memories VRAM is being ELPIDA, that in all the reviews say below are the samsung or Hynx
I've just serviced an AMD 64 3200 939 system with an ATi RX 600 with Elpida RAM with literally no heatsink, and a pathetic 40mm fan. The GPU still works after 8 years of use.
The difference between Elpida Hynix and Samsung is how well they OC and has nothing to do with longevity.
well then I'm already much more relaxed now I will just enjoy the machine
Thank you all for your help.
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