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Would love to see some results I have 5 120mm fans 4 blowing in and one big one blowing out of the back and I would love to see what I can get on the stock cooler

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Just FYI, You don't want to have to much pressure into your case, you can actually cause a diminish in your air flow. Do you have plenty of outlets for air to escape? If not I would consider changing one of your inputs to an output.
yea my case has a side air duct to let the pressure out

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If it has a passive heatsink like every motherboard ever, then you don't need to buy a replacement.

I just wanna put my 2 cents in. Your VRMs is what controls voltage levels and phase to your CPU. On an APU, speaking from my experience and opinion, this is EXTRA important because it is dually tasked with controlling levels to your iGPU as well. I HAVE ran into the issue with a stock mosfet cooler that wanted to overheat when I overclock radically and change line loads. I did, however, fix the issue by directing a fan over the sink.

Just to reiterate, the VRMs are VERY important to keep cool! Also a plus to have more phases then less.
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If it has a passive heatsink like every motherboard ever, then you don't need to buy a replacement.

I just wanna put my 2 cents in. Your VRMs is what controls voltage levels and phase to your CPU. On an APU, speaking from my experience and opinion, this is EXTRA important because it is dually tasked with controlling levels to your iGPU as well. I HAVE ran into the issue with a stock mosfet cooler that wanted to overheat when I overclock radically and change line loads. I did, however, fix the issue by directing a fan over the sink.

Just to reiterate, the VRMs are VERY important to keep cool! Also a plus to have more phases then less.

Dude, awesome necro.

Just to reiterate, the VRMs are VERY improtant to keep cool if you're overclocking radically - to take your words and reiterate them in a clear way. The passive heatsinks are not horrible, it's just if you're jumping the voltage way different from stock then it'd be wise to monitor the temperatures in HWINFO or something and then see if you need to be getting additional cooling going with fan or different heartsick altogether.
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Thank you. I see we are on the same page then.
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