When AMD introduced Fusion and the APU design I was a little curious how some of the manufactures would handle the loss of the Northbridge. The reason for my concern is that most manufactures use their heatsinks to stand out from each other. Without them some motherboards (visually) would just blend into each other. The cooling on the Pure Platinum A75 consists of a heatsink to the left of the APU socket and a heatsink to the right of the PCI slots. The bottom heatsink covered up the Southbridge or FCH (Fusion Controller Hub). Up to the left of the FM1 socket you have the VRM heatsink. This is an interesting design and a design that is new to Sapphire motherboards. From the top it is fairly boring, but a look from the side shows a unique fin design to keep the voltage regulator modules cool.