I have an ASrock 980DE3/U3S3 "R2.0" board that was just issued to me as a replacement board from a warranty claim. However I suspect that I was actually given a refurbished and "updated" R1.0 board instead. Is there any way to tell through *software* which one I have? The biggest (possibly only) difference in terms of hardware is that the R1.0 board has a 760G chipset while the R2.0 has a 770 chipset. I tried "sudo lspci -v" command with my Ubuntu live USB, but it just reported SMD 7*0 chipset. So that isn't alot of help. the BIOS reports an R2.0 BIOS. Probably worth mentioning that there are some actual *physical* discrepancies on the board which is the reason I suspect something shady has been done- There's a black sticker stuck over a "XFast USB" marking - from the pictures on the ASRock website the R2.0 boards don't have this marking the R1.0 boards DO. There's also a sticker stuck over the part of the board that has the motherboard model- the sticker has "980DE3 U3S3 REV2.03" printed on it (as would be expected). But it seems really odd to put a sticker over what is in theory the same information aranoid: on the board itself. While I'm 100% sure its just BS, the retailer forbid me to peel the stickers off (claiming it will void the warranty) to see what they are covering. To be honest I think that in itself is pretty big evidence something is off here. I know I could just peel the sticker off and confirm it (or pop a heatsink off and look at the chipset markings), but at this stage I'd like to focus on finding out via software if its at all possible, as the less I do to the actual board the less the retailer can try to pin on me. Wasn't really sure where to post this.. not really troubleshooting so thought I'd put it here seeing as I'm asking about chipset ID.