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IP35 Pro NB/SB/MOSFET cooling

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I have heard some things about the IP35 pro's cooling for the NB/SB/MOSFETs. Is there really a problem of high PWM/NB/SB temps? Will I need that "bolt mod"? Will this restrict me from overclocking my q6600?
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I say the bolt mod at the minimum. The main reason for that is that from the factory the heatsincs arent properly laid down on the mobo.

The PWM's get really toasty but the stock can handle it usually. You will need good air flow in teh case and I highly recommend getting a small fan and placing it over the PWM part of teh heatsinc.
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