Hi,\n\nI just bought myself a new Digital Thermometer today, and the first thing I\ncould think of testing was the *South-Bridge* of the NF7-S system I just\nsold.\n\nSince the machine didn't have any hard-disks I just let it load up memtest\nx86 and loop for a while.\n\n15 minutes later. . . .the reading from LCD display was. . . .68°C lol!\n\nI know we discussed this before (a few months ago), but isn't that too hot?\nI did try to find some pre-made heatsinks in the *U.K* but no luck. Why\ndidn't anyone start selling heatsinks for the nForce2 boards?\n\nThe South-Bridge is situated very close to the AGP slot so I have no idea\nhow people are using Zalman heatsinks, surely they get in the way of the AGP\ncard, especially if it has a meaty heatsinks itself?