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what about the audio? and could something during my build have done the battery?
Is this a brand new build? And I'm sorry, I don't quite understand what the problem is with your Blu-Ray audio is, Can you give us some more information on the problem?
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post #12 of 21
If your concerned about your mosfets than buy thermal tape and some small individual heatsinks like these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835708012

And stick them on with the thermal pads. Don't need anything fancy.
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post #13 of 21
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what about the audio? and could something during my build have done the battery?
ALSA should be able to talk to your onboard fine...if you have it installed, and have checked your mixer levels.

If you're booting into Windows, and have your Ubuntu clock set to UTC offset instead of local-that can cause Windows to freak out--which causes Linux to freak out...because Windows resets the BIOS clock.
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post #14 of 21
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Mosfet's cooling is a big must if your going to overclock. Otherwise you will end up with burnt mosfet chips
It also depends on the stock TDP of a chip. If you're on a 3+1 power phase and the stock TDP is 95W, you've unlocked and/or overclocked, you will want to put in cooling. But if you are OC-ing a 45W TDP processor, you'll be fine because you're below the limits.
This also counts if you are not using the stock cooler (not using a cooler that blows onto mosfets).
post #15 of 21
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Do the Single heat sink sizes vary as there are mounting holes on my motherboard for one and the single strip heat-sinks come in various sizes. my audio was working and then it went out
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post #16 of 21
I just used the larger Enzotech individual heat sinks on my TA880G HD....

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post #17 of 21
Like everyone else said, use the Enzotech MOS-c10. They come with thermal tape, look cool and cool good. I put some on the multiphase inductors on my board because they were transferring heat into the mosfet heatsink (and I burned my finger so bad on one that it has a fingerprint burned into it)
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post #18 of 21
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I have been running without them no heavy computing email youtube stuff
do you think theye are ok would I notice problems and what would they be?
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post #19 of 21
If you were running into problems with your mosfets, your system would shutdown or become very unstable. Or if you are monitoring your core voltage, it will start to ripple more as the power converter becomes unstable.
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thank you
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