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You should be able to tell by markings on the board... I have no idea where, but somewhere they put the revision number on the PCB.
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They also put Rev 1.0 or Rev 2.0 at the bottom left side edge, vertically.

It's right next to the bottom-left motherboard screw hole.

It will say Rev 1.0 or Rev 2.0.

Also, Rev 1.0's south heatsink isn't gold, lilke Rev 2.0's.

Just open your side panel, and look at the bottom left screw of the motherboard, and right beside it will say Rev 1.0 or Rev 2.0 vertically in white lettering.
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On another note... halifax, stop folding so much...! You're about to pass me up!
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On another note... halifax, stop folding so much...! You're about to pass me up!
Lol, sorry! Once I started I couldn't stop!
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Lol, sorry! Once I started I couldn't stop!
Well I just added another 1k ppd so there.
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Well I just added another 1k ppd so there.
Haha, nice. I wish I had a better setup, but every bit counts

Got about 6.5-7K PPD total, which is good enough for me.
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I think I have a bit of time before either of you catch me
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Hey guys, I'm new here and have a question about this board. I've searched a lot of pages of this massive thread hoping to see it answered here...and I'm sure it has, I just can't find it and am tired of reading pages of stuff hoping to see it mentioned.

My question is about how hot this board gets. I've gathered the MOSFET's get hot, so I got Enzotech copper sinks for them. I also managed to score a HR-05/IFX from a friend for $10 that I'm going to use on my NB chip (sucker bought it for his board without checking to see if it would fit, so now it's mine).

Anyways, does the SB get hot enough on this thing under pretty good overclock (I've recently gotten the urge to push this thing and find its' limits) to remotely warrant an aftermarket cooler? And if so, should I settle for the low-profile Enzotech sink, or scrape up the money to get a SLI HR-05/IFX?

edit: and if there are any other parts of the board that could do with some cooling via shiny copper heatsinks, please let me know! And I'm talking things that don't really need such things, but that wouldn't hurt and just might help a bit. And look shiny-copper cool! (pics might help)

Sorry if this was asked and answered already!
Edited by WannabeArchimedes - 4/10/09 at 8:18pm
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Hey guys, I'm new here and have a question about this board. I've searched a lot of pages of this massive thread hoping to see it answered here...and I'm sure it has, I just can't find it and am tired of reading pages of stuff hoping to see it mentioned.

My question is about how hot this board gets. I've gathered the MOSFET's get hot, so I got Enzotech copper sinks for them. I also managed to score a HR-05/IFX from a friend for $10 that I'm going to use on my NB chip (sucker bought it for his board without checking to see if it would fit, so now it's mine).

Anyways, does the SB get hot enough on this thing under pretty good overclock (I've recently gotten the urge to push this thing and find its' limits) to remotely warrant an aftermarket cooler? And if so, should I settle for the low-profile Enzotech sink, or scrape up the money to get a SLI HR-05/IFX (since my 4870 goes right over the SB)?

Sorry if this was asked and answered already!
There's no need to get an aftermarket cooler for the southbridge unless you have no airflow in your case at all.

Mine isn't extremely hot, but if you touch it under a high overclock, as well as +2 or +3v, then you'll definitely be able to tell it's quite hot, but not hot enough to warrant needing extra cooling unless you just want to for the fun of it.
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There's no need to get an aftermarket cooler for the southbridge unless you have no airflow in your case at all.

Mine isn't extremely hot, but if you touch it under a high overclock, as well as +2 or +3v, then you'll definitely be able to tell it's quite hot, but not hot enough to warrant needing extra cooling unless you just want to for the fun of it.
So the dinky stock sink works well enough? Good to know, thanks! I guess I have to weigh how much aesthetics means to my bottom line. I've got a few days to think about it before I put all my stuff together in a CM690.
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