Should I be worried?

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  1. instantcrash

    instantcrash Active Member

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  2. Sieras

    Sieras Ancient Guru

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    The screen is very unclear, so I can't clearly see the voltage meanings, sorry.. Can you post them or repost a better picture?
    But from what I can see, i reports that your voltages are higher than the rated ones, so.. have you overclocked the manual way or used some profiles?
    Another question: is your system stable? Both in games and in some sort of calculation tests.. if everything is ok and those volts aren't very far away from the original values (doh, if only I could recognize them on that pic..).. - then you have nothing to worry about :)
     
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    instantcrash Active Member

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    Sorry abou the pic, will upload another later. Photobucket seems to be resize them. The system is very stable. On 24/7 plays FEAR for hours with everything maxxed out.

    Thanks for the replay!
     
  4. Tat3

    Tat3 Ancient Guru

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    If it's stable and you havent done anything to the BIOS then there should not be any reason to be worrying about. Still, upload better image and we'll see what those thing are, just to be sure.
     

  5. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    your volts look plenty safe,dont worry about "colors" i have 3 in red 24/7.
    1, ht 1.4 red safe volts - 2, spp htc 1.45 red safe volts - 3, mem 2.2 volts red safe
     
  6. mostwanted

    mostwanted Member Guru

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    well ur using nvmonitor on a evga board..so expect some bugs...
     

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