Solved Adding Extra Cooling to Gigabyte z68ap-d3 Tags: Motherboards Cooling Gigabyte Overclocking Last response: April 21, 2012 9:08 AM in Overclocking Share nib_Star April 14, 2012 5:39:29 AM I own a gigabyte z68ap-d3 motherboard. I believe that the board it self has sufficient stock cooling heat sinks. My last motherboard's south bridge had burned do to overheating and this time I am a bit more cautions about my overclocking. So my question, and hopefully some of you understand this better than I do, would it help if I was to add additional 'Heat Sinks' to my motherboard for more sufficient cooling and long term longevity? I have attached some photos where I am thinking of adding these sinks.. let me know your opinion and expertise please More about : adding extra cooling gigabyte z68ap Best solution gary1 a b V Motherboard a b K Overclocking April 14, 2012 6:35:27 AM I wouldn't bother. But if it gives you piece of mind, go ahead. nib_Star April 21, 2012 9:08:04 AM Best answer selected by nib_star. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumUpgrade for stock cooling Forumextra graphics card cooling ? ForumOverclocking i5 2500k with gigabyte mobo-not sure how to start ForumMy first build (via CyberPower) help appreciated! Forum600t White Case: Adding extra cooling ? ForumIs this system advertised any good for the price? UK ForumAny compatibility issues with this build? Forum$1200 Skyrim Build! ForumExtra cooling GeForce 8800GTS ForumCyberpower vs. Ibuypower *Help ForumAdding extra case fan (on side) Intake or exhaust? ForumDo i need extra cooling for a stock gtx 670? ForumNew CPU ForumCan't get into OS after adding an extra 4GB RAM to my computer! ForumIntel i5-2500 and extra cooling compound ForumShould I connect all my case fans to a PWM slot? ForumWhat kind of water cooling would you recommend for this setup ForumGigabyte ga z68 d2h b3 wont go past 4.2ghz Forum[Solved] Air Cooling for Rosewill Challenger ForumIs Water Cooling really much quieter than Air Cooling? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !