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    Medusa Overclck Soundstorm byproduct?

    Alright, I have a pair of these Medusa5.1 jobbies and have recently purched an XP-m 2500 ( 12*200) and when i have been listnin to tunes for a while the sound seems to go distorted, I remember from a while ago that there was a certain prob when The MCP chip on the NF7-2 v2 got hot that it distorts but I have a copper H/sink on the southbridge, so as you can imagine i though that it was the h/phones. but seems ok on the phones. My question is ... is this the prob that others had before? ....what BIOS are u on for xp-m overclocks ? why have i just noticed this on my phones now .....tis annoyin help.
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