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any pr0n of the setup.. me likey w/c pics
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any pr0n of the setup.. me likey w/c pics
If you insist... You can get at the whole build log via the link in my sig. Here's a couple of the good ones.


Roof mounted rad:

Front mount (while the mod was still in progress):
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Very nice indeed. How is the Rampage BIOS treating you? [i am officially a Rampage noob]
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Very nice indeed. How is the Rampage BIOS treating you? [i am officially a Rampage noob]
I just run the stock maximus bios. I haven't really found the need for the extra memory OC options, so i don't see any reason to further void my warranty.
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