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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Fitseries3, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. DanishDevil

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    Well, the watermelon ram slots would make me instantly crave watermelon the second I started my computer, and since me eating watermelon is EXTREMELY messy, I would inevitably drip watermelon juice onto the motherboard, therefore impacting its performance ;)
     
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    your farts would be more of an impact. they would likely heat up the room causing your machine to overheat and die. now i forget..... is that the motherboards fault?
     
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    Your farts would burst the solid state capacitors on the board.
     
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    boom...

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    you happy now?

    color means nothing to performance.
     
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    a vrm on my old dfi turned bright orange and that greatly affected its performance :p
     
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    Looks like a good board. Still has watermelon ram slots...
     
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    i dare you... stick a watermelon in those slots...

    while your at it.... stick a dollar in the green slots and some blueberries in the blue slots.
     
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    Then will it cook me up a fruit cake? No thanks, not for me. Perfect for you, though ;)
     
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    yes.... OC your fruit so it rotts faster
     
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    Damn, I wonder what a strawberry OC'ed to 5000 seeds would taste like...
     
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    oh boy.....

    i wonder if you could use the asus P6T6 WS revolution bios on this board. its only lacking 2 pcie slots.
     
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    the pci slots are old tech, hence the mold-white coloring
     
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    Looks like the same board. Maybe.
     
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    Old tech as in outdated, or an out of date PCI version on the board? Do you even use PCI slots any more?
     
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    maybe we could try TRI-SLI on it with 3 nvda pci cards?

    yeah..... IDE, floppy, and pci? old news
     
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    3 riva tnt's ftmfw
     
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    you'll be glad to know you are not the only one on PS/2 KeBO
     
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    I'm glad you didn't pick this board up fit. I think you probably would've been disappointed.
     
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    Err we all know that red makes it go faster.

    :D
     
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    And stripes, don't forget stripes! Tell me these don't go faster than unstriped ones.:rockout:
     

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