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This is a little cheaky to ask but could someone quickly edit this image in paint to show me where I need to place the heatsinks in relation to the cpu?
Is it just the ones down the side of the socket that need the heatsink?

Cheers
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This is a little cheaky to ask but could someone quickly edit this image in paint to show me where I need to place the heatsinks in relation to the cpu?
Is it just the ones down the side of the socket that need the heatsink?

Cheers

This is where you should add Heatsinks.



Cheers
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Thank god you showed me! I thought the heatsink had to be put on the bits that say '1R2' (Grey blocks). Cheers for that.
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Thank god you showed me! I thought the heatsink had to be put on the bits that say '1R2' (Grey blocks). Cheers for that.
You welcome. The grey blocks are called Chokes if I recall it correctly.

I bought a heatsink for my MOSFETs called Enzotech MST-88 but it doesn's seem to fit on your board.

Try to find a fitting heatsink
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ok, thx for the help mate.
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I know what you mean about the MOSFETS, if they were overheating then wouldnt they be emitting a certain amount of heat? If so then would I be able to feel it?
Reason I ask is because I have had my finger under the cooler when the pc was on and I couldnt sense any heat, I mean... they were warm but not hot.
I will probably end up buying some heatsinks, recommend any perticular ones?
I think in the end I'm just procrastinating as I'm lazy and really cant be bothered to unscrew the heatsink and reapply TIM.
Out of 100% whats the chance they will become damaged or fry? 99% meaning they could pop any minute.
Oh and thanks 2 cans of compressed air on my desk, all dust must face a certain death at some stage! hehe
Yeah, you're not feeling any heat. Because it's simply piling up and not radiating. Because there's absolutely no airflow there going to the MOSFETs and no heatsink to at least radiate the heat. Though it's a more quality-oriented 4+1 VRM, this is why it's dangerous
I'm also skeptical about whether those are low RDS or not... but keep them well cooled and they should be okay regardless

I'm not sure if MST-88 will fit that board, but MOS-C1 definitely will
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no they arent rds mosfets. Low RDS mosfets have 4 legs while the ones on my board have 3. Oh well will probably order some of em heatsinks though.
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I can only get stable at 3996mhz... anything above that is bsodville. Other thing 101 responds to is CPU/NB. I'd try that as well.
hey i looked some things up because my new GPU is unstable (actually its a bad card:/) and i found several threads where i read that increasing the PCI clock slightly could allow you to pass some FSB walls...
i have no idea if it is true or not but maybe you can give it a try:O i will definitely do some testing with it and see where it gets me...
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Trying to hit 4ghz - posting 3.75
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no they arent rds mosfets. Low RDS mosfets have 4 legs while the ones on my board have 3. Oh well will probably order some of em heatsinks though.
Excellent, I've been needing a better way to identify low RDS for awhile thanks!
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