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Old 08-24-2007, 01:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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lol why is that mobo so good or good for the cost?
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It's just perfect. It's not expensive. It overclocks like a dream. Has a good deal of ports and features. And it's futureproof. The only thing I don't like, is that their fruity colored motherboards, don't match my black case.
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It's just perfect. It's not expensive. It overclocks like a dream. Has a good deal of ports and features. And it's futureproof. The only thing I don't like, is that their fruity colored motherboards, don't match my black case.
It also have all the connections in all the good places. It's like a perfect board.
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It's just perfect. It's not expensive. It overclocks like a dream. Has a good deal of ports and features. And it's futureproof. The only thing I don't like, is that their fruity colored motherboards, don't match my black case.

I just looked at your PC Pics
You got an awesome setup there. My favorite is pic #7 in your album
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Oh thanks....Those are older pics though. I haven't uploaded my current pics yet. But I will. I also have another mod coming up, next week....so yea...
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Oh thanks....Those are older pics though. I haven't uploaded my current pics yet. But I will. I also have another mod coming up, next week....so yea...
What are you modding this time b1gapl?
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