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Old 05-07-09, 04:25 PM   #20
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Default Re: Not too sure about my new GTX-285 :(

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Originally Posted by musman View Post
No Sir! It really is a microATX case and a microATX MB. It's some Asus case that I have from a bare bones PC my buddy had built for me two years ago. I know I'm dumb for not getting a good case but I have an excuse. If I would have bought a new case then that would have meant I bought a new PC, thats NOT good! Basically I had to hide the fact that I just spent $900 on a PC.

Here is my MB: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136066
Ohhh... wow, I didn't know DFI had a Micro-ATX X58 board.

I just recently read about Asus releasing one and I thought it was the first.

That's pretty crazy man. I'd keep an eye on the GPU temps if I were you.
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