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cool thanks.. It looks like yours clears the first ram slot by a hair in the pic...though I am running only 2 sticks atm it shouldnt be a problem....but I do have the vengeance ram. worst case I have to swap the front cooler master fan for something thinner maybe NZXT....hopefully i wont be using that cooler long anyway.... thumb.gif

Just install your ram in slots further to your cooler. Mine is the samsung green ram with no heat spreader, and yeah, even thicker fans won't block them.
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Be careful with the NZXT fans as they have some odd sizes. I was using the G. Skill ripjaw series and I couldn't fit the fan on the other side.
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Yes, the cooler can fit nicely, but might block those RAM with high heat-spreaders. U can see my rig below:

It wont hit the heatsinks at all but it does obstruct the first memory bank.
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It wont hit the heatsinks at all but it does obstruct the first memory bank.

Yeah, you are right. Since my RAM doesn't have the heat-spreader, I'm good to go with any memory bank. Btw, RAM like RipjawsX should able to clear within the first slot, or just place it in the DIMM 2 and 4.
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Been using this Mobo for 2 months and it's been treating me very nicely... However I cannot adjust the Cpu ratio in Bios. It just stays on auto.

Anybody else have this problem? How did you fix it?
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Been using this Mobo for 2 months and it's been treating me very nicely... However I cannot adjust the Cpu ratio in Bios. It just stays on auto.

Anybody else have this problem? How did you fix it?

Try use "+" OR "-" keys instead. Or set your desired cpu ratio limit under the cpu features.
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"Been using this Mobo for 2 months and it's been treating me very nicely... However I cannot adjust the Cpu ratio in Bios. It just stays on auto."

You do realise you type in the ratio as opposed to a drop down menu? Just checking
Edited by TommyMoore - 2/25/13 at 1:47am
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WoW That is awesome rolleyes.gif good work!!!


A new BIOS 17.7 is here! http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z77-MPOWER.html#/?div=BIOS

Did anyone tested?

I plan to install it when I have the time!

A small update, I changed the case, and now the motherboard is made smaller biggrin.gif

I bought a HAF X ! Here are som photos:









Edited by ShadyGaby - 2/25/13 at 11:47am
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Wow. That MB block might make me keep this board a little longer when I go SLI. I hope a vendor in the states will offer it soon.
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