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Sladesurfer, why are they useless? Was it just implemented wrong?

I thought using the heat pipes was a decent way to decrease heat. Of course, those are the ones that have the liquid stuff that in them. Maybe these don't?

Just curious as to why these are useless.
    
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sladesurfer...newegg has those images copy righted you know

any who if its useless then why remove..besides it looks cool and I'm too lazy to remove it
post #13 of 14
Very lovely pictures there slade. Congrats on the board though! I love my asus. It needs to be able to hit 1.6 VCore though and I'd be happy... I'd actually replace the coolers myself just because.
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I can't seem to figure out how to keep the LED's on the motherboard to stay on when you boot the system. Do you have any idea how to do this.....??? Let me know..

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