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Not worried at all, I've had this mobo since march of 2010. I just recently upgraded from an X4 955 running at 3.8ghz with a 1.48v 24/7 until the start of this week when i purchased the 1090T. Besides you should do a little bit of review on best AMD/NVIDIA mobo's this one is one of the best chosen. And sorry to say but you kinda sound like you don't know what your talking about.
Eh, MSI have the worst mosfets of all AMD motherboards currently, and they are very prone to catching fire even with a stock 6 core. You're pushing your luck. And its incredibly funny you arent even worried what's getting up to 104c.. That's the mosfets, under so much stress they could fail anytime.

But fine, it's your board, have fun when it explodes. There have been many cases like this one, with people just not getting it. Just read this, please.

Also, I did do some research, and the first thing that struck me was that it has a 4+1 phase design(6+1 is minimum for 6 cores) and that it is MSI, who have horrible quality mosfets. How about you do some research first, before getting cocky.
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Eh, MSI have the worst mosfets of all AMD motherboards currently, and they are very prone to catching fire even with a stock 6 core. You're pushing your luck. And its incredibly funny you arent even worried what's getting up to 104c.. That's the mosfets, under so much stress they could fail anytime.

But fine, it's your board, have fun when it explodes. There have been many cases like this one, with people just not getting it. Just read this, please.

Also, I did do some research, and the first thing that struck me was that it has a 4+1 phase design(6+1 is minimum for 6 cores) and that it is MSI, who have horrible quality mosfets. How about you do some research first, before getting cocky.
* A well cooled 4 phase is more effective then an uncooled 6 phase.
* The 6 cores have the same TDP as the quads, so it should make very little difference in terms of power stress.
* You really think his VRMs are running 104C at IDLE? seriously? even if his 6 core were too much for his board, they would not be that hot at idle.

My "AUX" temp goes from 102 at idle, to 52C at load. sometimes going to ~128C randomly. his sensor is probably screwed like mine.
Edit: that thread you linked to was very interesting, i learned a few things.

EDIT: apparently that 104C temp was at load, not idle. I also didn't realize the OP was running a tower cooler and not stock, so the VRMs were indeed not cooled well. it turns out he was right and the board has dun esplode.
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You can stress test fine on air buddy, and how long do you game for or at what settings? After long periods of time or bumping the graphics a bit you can run into some annoying BSOD. It's possible to SLI on a non SLI motherboard, I was running dual gtx 465's on my board for a while. Try browsing threw the forums a bit there is a huge post that helped me out in doing so if you ever consider a new mobo. Also have you tried overclocking your ram a bit?
What board do you recommend? Good quality Mosfets and so on. Also one that is AMD and one that can do SLI, i'm looking to get a second GTX 560 Ti.

want to apologize to Devilmaypoop. I kinda let my pride get to me and the denial of "Is my board really the casue" Seems like it is, I was stress testing with Prime95, within the first minutes System Shutdown occured, then i go to switch back on and hear "POP" "sheeeezh". My popcorn was ready/lol "j/k, but it did pop. Computer still turned on though (still works like if nothing ever happend), but now i'm wondering if this could have damaged my cpu also in some way, so before this issue continues even more, i'm going to the store to buy my self and new mobo and exchange the processor thats still under store return policy.

Any advicezed mobo's that run AMD/SLI with good quality mosfets?
    
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What board do you recommend? Good quality Mosfets and so on. Also one that is AMD and one that can do SLI, i'm looking to get a second GTX 560 Ti.

want to apologize to Devilmaypoop. I kinda let my pride get to me and the denial of "Is my board really the casue" Seems like it is, I was stress testing with Prime95, within the first minutes System Shutdown occured, then i go to switch back on and hear "POP" "sheeeezh". My popcorn was ready/lol "j/k, but it did pop. Computer still turned on though (still works like if nothing ever happend), but now i'm wondering if this could have damaged my cpu also in some way, so before this issue continues even more, i'm going to the store to buy my self and new mobo and exchange the processor thats still under store return policy.

Any advicezed mobo's that run AMD/SLI with good quality mosfets?
If you can wait, 990fx will support sli...
Otherwise there is this
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131636

i read somewere that you can run SLI on Crossfire mobo using a SLI hack
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If you can wait, 990fx will support sli...
Otherwise there is this
Yeah i can't wait. I need a solution to this asap, as i do count on this computer for work related, and my gaming needs. Any other suggestions on motherboards. I like the Asus EVO so far.
    
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If your looking at Asus Boards, and not willing to wait for new ones, i do like my m4a890fxtd.also bios upgradeable for bd cpu,s. Would have to check to see about useing sli on it.

But that evo is a good board too.
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want to apologize to Devilmaypoop.
It's fine.

As for a motherboard, go with either ASUS or Gigabyte. I also recommend this, or M4A890FXTD because you can get BD later on it if you want.
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What board do you recommend? Good quality Mosfets and so on. Also one that is AMD and one that can do SLI, i'm looking to get a second GTX 560 Ti.

want to apologize to Devilmaypoop. I kinda let my pride get to me and the denial of "Is my board really the casue" Seems like it is, I was stress testing with Prime95, within the first minutes System Shutdown occured, then i go to switch back on and hear "POP" "sheeeezh". My popcorn was ready/lol "j/k, but it did pop. Computer still turned on though (still works like if nothing ever happend), but now i'm wondering if this could have damaged my cpu also in some way, so before this issue continues even more, i'm going to the store to buy my self and new mobo and exchange the processor thats still under store return policy.

Any advicezed mobo's that run AMD/SLI with good quality mosfets?
Wow Owned. You were told it would blow up and it blew up.
    
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Wow Owned. You were told it would blow up and it blew up.
It didn't go BOOM!, Relax. Lol but I managed to remove the Mosfet Heatsink and the Northbridge Heatsink, NB is fine, but the first two mosfets from top to buttom are burnt out. I see them both chipped/burned. Time for a new mobo, thanks guys! Asus Evo it is. Hopefully i find it at a local tigerdirect store. If not i'll have to do some amd/sli digging around mom and pop stores.
    
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