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Thread: GA-P43-ES3G MCH Voltage




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    Lightbulb GA-P43-ES3G MCH Voltage

    For anyone who has used this board or is familiar with it, what is the max voltage that the northbridge can handle on the stock heatsink and no aftermarket cooling?

    It's at 1.1 by default. I've been wanting to try a +.2 increase for stability, but the lack of a temperature sensor on the NB has me a bit worried.

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G MCH Voltage

    Which board version is it?
    Likely the NB is heating quite a lot as it is, placjing a side fan inside the case, or a 40mm fan on top or the sideof the HS itself should keep it cool.

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G MCH Voltage

    The board is revision 1.3.

    Running the MCH at 1.2 doesn't seem to produce that much heat, at least to the touch.

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    Default Re: GA-P43-ES3G MCH Voltage

    If you are using the stock CPU cooler there may be enough air flow to cool it anyway

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