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Old 10-21-2005, 07:08 PM   #1
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Default Coloring your motherboard with a sharpie?

I have heard of people doing this and I was wondering how safe it is, also wouldn't it increase your motherboards tempretures. Heres a link to show you what im talking about
http://gallery.pimprig.com/showphoto...00&ppuser=1157
What a coincidince this guys name is Kage
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What exactley is the point of that?
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Old 10-21-2005, 09:39 PM   #3
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Well, I suppose it wouldn't hurt it. I mean, apparently not. This guy has done it. What's the harm it could do?
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Default Re: Coloring your motherboard with a sharpie?

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What exactley is the point of that?
To make it the color you want it to be, so it looks better. Like my motherboard is a ugly green so I was just curious
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Default Re: Coloring your motherboard with a sharpie?

must take a damn lot of to do all of that niceley lol
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Um, my mobo is green too I don't mind, But i'd try it on a cheap mobo first. Heh that could be a $$$ mistkae but a very funny story to tell.
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