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Really? Also have the extreme3 and a 6 core thuban. In HWmonitor, i see the CPUTIN temps rise alot, and am scared to oc anything past 3.4. any advice?

You'll need something a lot better than the stock cooler,with airflow over the VRM heatsinks. I also use a small fan to cool the backside of the CPU socket and VRM. Keep the CPU voltage under 1.45v.
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Do you guys think the MSI 760GM-P21 will be safe with a non-overclocked Sempron 190? I'm thinking of getting it for a build for someone and really don't need the PC blowing up. It would be really embarrassing. 


Edited by noobhell - 3/29/13 at 3:49am
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Do you guys think the MSI 760GM-P21 will be safe with a non-overclocked Sempron 190? I'm thinking of getting it for a build for someone and really don't need the PC blowing up. It would be really embarrassing. 

 

Yeah, that should be safe.

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Do you guys think the MSI 760GM-P21 will be safe with a non-overclocked Sempron 190? I'm thinking of getting it for a build for someone and really don't need the PC blowing up. It would be really embarrassing. 

The chip draws less than 45W at stock speed, you've got miles of headroom. A mild OC seems the only honorable thing to do. thumb.gif
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guy's what do you think of my VRM cooling on my Gigabyte 990FXA-D3 ,I shoehorned a Thermalright HR-09 in there, since this board didn't come with mosfet heatsink




i just want to ask if it is ok if i use the thermal pad included in the Kit or i should buy thermal tape to replace it
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The Thermalpad that comes with those is solid. It's the same kind used to attach heatsinks on GPU's to their VRM & DRAM chips.

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Thanks smile.gif
so it's ok if i keep them on , i was worried that its not that really effective in transfering heat from my mosfets to the Heatsink
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guy's what do you think of my VRM cooling on my Gigabyte 990FXA-D3 ,I shoehorned a Thermalright HR-09 in there, since this board didn't come with mosfet heatsink

How easy and how to mount the HR-09?

Do they run cool?

Do you have the dimensions for the mounting holes?

I would definitely +rep you if you can answer my questions smile.gif
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How easy and how to mount the HR-09?

Do they run cool?

Do you have the dimensions for the mounting holes?

I would definitely +rep you if you can answer my questions smile.gif
There was fair amount of work to mount that thing on the board ,
first I modded the stock Thermalright bracket , as the stock ones will get snag between the Chokes and the capacitor
Then i removed the part that snagged , then epoxied the pushpin attachment part to the sink
to do the customised bracket i adjusted the pushpin attachment part ever so slightly to match the holes then waited a day for the epoxy to cool

the dimensions of the base of sink was 84mmx16mm ,it was just snug above the mosfet heatsink w/o the bracket

i will post pics later of the mods i done to the heatsink

I have no Idea if the run cooler because i do not know what my VRM sensor on my board
, but my OC improved by 500MHz from 4GHz stable to 4.5Ghz stable

The Great thing about this is that the top part of sink gets air flow from my Hyper 212 Evo Tower
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Thanks a lot for the info. I was considering buying one buy they are out of stock everywhere I looked in Canada.

I'll probably get some Enzotech MOSFET water block once I start water cooling.
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