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Hi Mill (JK lol)

I agree and a part of me thinks this may have contributed to my board dying as these were left uncooled with the aftermarket NB and SB solutions I used.
Once you remove the heat pipes you need to cool them off.Those heat sinks work perfect.
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Look at what I did, it sure ain't pretty but it seems to be working very well. With the lack of a SB read I am using the old finger method, but the differences was tremendous... All I used was cheap fans and the same mosfet copper heatskins Alesisd has on his board. I crammed four of them ontop of the SB and then threw two aluminum ones though they don't make much contact. Then a little 40mm fan on those from the bottom. Also I have a 40mm fan very well placed on the top of my NB together with an 80mm sitting on my Video Card, lol... Double sided foam worked like a charm to keep the 40mm in place. Then I tried using the other copper HSs as well as I could...

It went from not being able to hold yout finger on it for more than 4 seconds to only "nice and warm". I am going to place the fan directly on top of the HSs though and hope to get completely cool or I'll have to do something else. I have two extra 400mm that I want to place on the HS that lie atop the little "boxes" next to the CPU... then that pipe might actually serve a bit of a purpose.... such a rigged rig, lol... but if it works, then it works...

My NB is barely hitting 40 anymore so that's good to go. I just have to figure out how to keep that 80mm fan in place.




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i have two options:

1-) 389x9= 3375mhz / FSB 1556 / DDR900 asynch @ 4-4-4-8-24

2-) 430x8= 3440mhz/ FSB 1720 / DDR900 asynch @ 4-4-4-8-24

any recomendations about this and voltages??
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one but bench it
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post #575 of 5659
Cool mod!

Alexisd im not sure what you mean cool them off.

I replaced the std heatsinks with aftermarket coolers but there was nothing on the mosfets near the cpu.

This is what I think may have overheated.
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Cool mod!

Alexisd im not sure what you mean cool them off.

I replaced the std heatsinks with aftermarket coolers but there was nothing on the mosfets near the cpu.

This is what I think may have overheated.
It sure don't look like your coolers though, lol
It would make sence that you could have had problems with the bare mosfets, after all they got the HS on them for a reason and you had a strong OC like 3.4+ right 24/7?
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Lol... thats what I suspected.

Shelled out another $300 for a new board which arrived today.
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Cool, but $300 means you got something fancier...?
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post #579 of 5659
No thats what it costs here each time i buy a board here.
p5n32-E costs just over $300 here.

Thats why its easy to have top hardware in the US and Canada.

Try doing it here!
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so i think i´m getting something is looking ok.

425x8= 3400mhz / FSB 1700 / DDR900 asynch @ 4-4-4-8-24

now i wonder if you guys touch the pci-ex values from 100 or any other changes in the BIOS apart of the "usual things".
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