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http://www.gigabyte.com/press-center/news-page.aspx?nid=1156

I was looking at this board but im kinda worried because i see not heatsink on the mosfets. Is this a problem i am going to have i5 3570k with no OC or maybe even i7 3770k
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http://www.gigabyte.com/press-center/news-page.aspx?nid=1156
I was looking at this board but im kinda worried because i see not heatsink on the mosfets. Is this a problem i am going to have i5 3570k with no OC or maybe even i7 3770k

With no OCing, you'll probably be fine with no sinks on the MOSFETs. wink.gif
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yea they only put on heatsinks if they are needed, if the MOSFETs are high quality then heatsinks are just a fashion statement.

Like the UD3H, has half its heatsinks not covered, you don't see any issues with it.
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thanks i will +rep when i get home since im on cell
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