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These are 10x10x14: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835708012

These are 6.5x6.5x12: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835708011

I'm not near my mobo nor do I have a ruler handy, but I'm guessing the smaller ones would be better in this situation?
post #32 of 68
any advice got pics in my profile to check voltages clocks and all P6222 at current settings thanks guys in advance thumb.giftongue.gif:D
    
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the bottom phase appears to use a different transistor layout and powers something else. This is a 4+1 phase, not that it makes a huge difference.
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the bottom phase appears to use a different transistor layout and powers something else. This is a 4+1 phase, not that it makes a huge difference.

Maybe I'm just not with it at the moment but what are you referring to?
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i believe his talking about the power phase aka (the juice to your chip) wink.gif
    
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Maybe I'm just not with it at the moment but what are you referring to?

That was in response to a post of mine biggrin.gif
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Update:

I put a mediocre Apevia 80mm fan as close to the MOSFETs as I could, but it just made it take longer for the multiplier to drop. I went and touched them to see how hot they were. While they weren't piping hot, I did burn my finger after holding it on the MOSFET for 5 seconds or so. Is this in line with what the diagnosis was for my dropped multiplier issue?

Thanks!
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on my 990fxa-gd80 It did that till I got the latest bios version (try that)
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Ok I'll check that too. I think I have the latest bios but I'll check again.
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Same here, the multi drops to 8x when temp reaches about 54C, core = 48C. Im pretty sure its the thermal throttling.

You can try by using stock frequency and lower voltage to limit the temp to about 50C, then test if the multi still drops.
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