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That's alright. Not in a normal case, but it's a perfect fit to the prodigy.

still, not worth the extra 50 imo. or 100 if buying from micro center. if OP wanted overlclocking, he/she would've gotten an ATX rig. space? micro atx. not much OC headroom in mini itx no matter the VRM count. the heat generated in the small area might be a big problem after all (even tho OP is w/c ing)
lol.

That ASUS board will be better at ocing than most of asrocks. lol
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lol.
That ASUS board will be better at ocing than most of asrocks. lol

And your point is? He's not going to do any heavily over clocking anyways.

And no, that ITX board is not better than other ATX Asrock boards. If that was the case, Asrock wouldn't have been such a well known company.
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post #23 of 119
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That ASUS board will be better at ocing than most of asrocks. lol

Whats your point against ASRock ?

Anyway I've seen this :
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1693364
4.5 GHz on a 3570k with an Extreme4-M.
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post #24 of 119
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another day, another set of pics.

got the reservoir/pump top/pump combo put together.

700

402

402
post #25 of 119
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just got an email.....

the case is on the way!
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lol.
That ASUS board will be better at ocing than most of asrocks. lol

And your point is? He's not going to do any heavily over clocking anyways.

And no, that ITX board is not better than other ATX Asrock boards. If that was the case, Asrock wouldn't have been such a well known company.

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Originally Posted by 3930K View Post

That ASUS board will be better at ocing than most of asrocks. lol

Whats your point against ASRock ?

Anyway I've seen this :
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1693364
4.5 GHz on a 3570k with an Extreme4-M.

The VRMs on Asrock's boards aren't very strong. There was a post by MisterFred iirc. I bet if you put that chip in that ITX board it might be able to reach 4.6.
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got another email today,

blocks are coming aswell!
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Case is here!

post #29 of 119
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and the blocks....

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supremacy unboxing









needs a clean but the machining is pretty good

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