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Say I have separate mosfet sinks - how to attach them to the mosfets?? Glue?

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I think lowering the vCore may increase the amperage and chance of failure.... (so I've been told...) so it's sort of a balance of lower power usage but more amperage
I'll have to investigate more on that later today

V=IR, P=I^2*R = V^2/R = IV

Assuming your power consumption is constant then lowering the Vcore would increase the current. Power is not constant though. You are lowering the power consumption when lowering the Vcore on these processors.

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Your user title says doin it for the lolz.

But then your avatar says doin it wrong.

Doin it wrong for Lolz??

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Your user title says doin it for the lolz.

But then your avatar says doin it wrong.

Doin it wrong for Lolz?7

xd_1771 seems well intended ,you are a little harsh with the joke. smile.gif

Your title remainds me of the huge Kashtan tape recorders on the other hand. smile.gif
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you are a little harsh with the joke. smile.gif

i don't even understand the joke...confused.gif


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i don't even understand the joke...confused.gif

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Back on topic- what is normal temp for mosfets under load? (temp that doesn't say "Fire in the hole!!!!".. *gshhhh*)
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Back on topic- what is normal temp for mosfets under load? (temp that doesn't say "Fire in the hole!!!!".. *gshhhh*)
Try touching one while running IBT?


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Try touching one while running IBT?
Yep, but I can't feel the difference between 60C and 80C. You're saying it should be under 60, right?
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I have a temp sensor on my MOSFET heatsink and it reads ~42C while folding. Remember that is just the surface temp of the heatsink though.

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