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If you do go down in volts, take small steps. I've been told that undervolting can damage components.
Yeh well so much for that. I tried a fsb voltage of 1.3v and 1.2v but neither of them made any difference in the temps. Ive also reseated my heatsink many times and i know how much AS5 to apply.......
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time for bigger heat sink?
    
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time for bigger heat sink?
lol this this is huge, but not amazing.
I want a TRUE so bad but currently cant buy online....
GAH why dont they sell a TRUE in stores.

Any of these any good?
http://shop1.outpost.com/search;jses...pType=pDisplay
thats like the only ones they got in stores.... talk about a crappy selection.
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