Results 1 to 7 of 7
  1. #1
    Brian@ASUS
    Guest

    HOW TO GUIDE: Building an ROG PC

    This is a step by step guide on how to build your ROG PC for those that have never built a PC before. This How To Guide will cover:

    • Parts needed with a brief explanation of their function and purpose.
    • Installation process, where all the screws go and where all the wires plug into.
    • Different entry level cooling solutions to choose from
    • Followed by a How To Guide of basic cable management.


    Parts List:

    1. Motherboard: ASUS - Republic of Gamers; Maximus IV Extreme;
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	MIVE_3.jpg 
Views:	3520 
Size:	66.5 KB 
ID:	542
      - This motherboard is the latest addition to Intel's latest P67 Chipset launch (sandybridge), Supporting the latest 1155 socket processors from Core i3-Core i7. Click here for a list of compatible CPUs
      - It features 10 USB3.0 ports along with 8 USB 2.0 headers, Dual Intel LAN ports, 8 channel audio, Tri SLI/Crossfire video card support (Technically quad card support if you use a GTX590 or 6990)
      - Extreme Engine DIGI+ VRM - Digital VRM for the best stable performance.
      - Dual BIOS, ROG Connect, RC Bluetooth, Sata6, and DDR3 memory up to 2200MHZ.
      - Maximus IV Extreme

    2. CPU: Intel 2600k 3.4GHZ Core I7 CPU
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	intel_core_i7_2600k.jpg 
Views:	3457 
Size:	45.7 KB 
ID:	543
      - This CPU has max turbo frequency of 3.8GHZ and can typically overclocking on a Maximus IV Extreme of up to 4.6Ghz-4.8Ghz, sometimes 5.0GHZ+ if you're lucky
      - THe 2600K also features hyper-threading, so with 4 cores, you get a total of 8 threads!
      -Intel® Core™ i7-2600K Processor (8M Cache, 3.40 GHz)

    3. Videocard: ASUS GTX560Ti DirectCU II
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	ASUS-GTX-560-Ti.gif 
Views:	3531 
Size:	39.4 KB 
ID:	544
      - ASUS GTX560Ti is the perfect balance between Performance and Budget.
      - Featuring DirectCU II technology: Direct contact with the heatpipes helps transfer heat quicker to your heatsink fins. With 2 fans, youre able to cool your heatsink quicker and quieter.
      - Featuring Super Alloy Power: Using higher quality components such as Solid Chokes, Capacitors, and Mosfet.
      - ASUS GTX560Ti DirectCU II

    4. Case: Coolermaster HAF X
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	top1.jpg 
Views:	3429 
Size:	123.5 KB 
ID:	547
      - CoolerMaster has been well known for their quality cases
      - The aggressive style has the ROG look and feel that fits the Theme of the Maximus IV Extreme
      - HAF X

    5. RAM: Corsair Dominator GT
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	TR3X6G1866C7GTF_angleNEW.jpg 
Views:	3425 
Size:	52.7 KB 
ID:	548
      - When it comes to Memory, you can never go wrong with Corsair Dominator series. Their Memory kits also fit the ROG theme perfectly.
      - Dominator GT

    6. Optical Drive: ASUS Optical Drive
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	31MmwGPUt5L.jpg 
Views:	3385 
Size:	11.2 KB 
ID:	552
      - Here is a list you can pick from


    7. Harddrive/SSD: OCZ Vertex 2 SSD
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	OCZ-Vertex-2-SSD-1.jpg 
Views:	3355 
Size:	25.8 KB 
ID:	562
      - Once you go SSD, you'll never go back to HDD performance!
      - OCZ Vertex 2 SSD

    8. CPU Cooler: Air, Corsair H70
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	top1.jpg 
Views:	3372 
Size:	109.5 KB 
ID:	553
      For a great performance to budget air cooler, check out the CoolerMaster 212 plus
      - CoolerMaster 212 Plus

      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	official.jpg 
Views:	3356 
Size:	59.8 KB 
ID:	550
      For the Entry Level Water solutions we suggest the Corsair H70 for an easy plug and play setup.
      - Corsair H70

    9. Power Supply: Antec Signiture 850
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Sig_q_400.jpg 
Views:	3326 
Size:	41.7 KB 
ID:	556
      - Antec Signature series provides some modular connectivity and flexibility in configurations. In this build we will use a 850 watt Power Supply which is more than enough to power a SLI rig.
      - Antec Signature 850

    Tools Needed:

    1. Philips-head screw driver: This is pretty much the only tool you need to assemble a basic computer.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	GreatNeck-A44PC-rw-143913-210649.jpg 
Views:	3354 
Size:	23.0 KB 
ID:	554
    2. Common sense: Never force something to fit if it doesn't go in naturally. Everything in a computer is designed to plug in snug 1 way.

      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	commonsense.jpg 
Views:	3599 
Size:	201.1 KB 
ID:	555

  2. #2
    Brian@ASUS
    Guest
    Before starting, you should technically test your hardware before assembling it. If you have a part that is defective, it is a pain to troubleshoot once its in the system and you'll have to take everything out again. Typically users build a naked system on a test bench or on top of anti static foam or bag. You can run through the guide to figure out how everything plugs up, but for the purpose of this guide, we will dive straight into assembly. Be sure that you are also free of static. If you want to be cautious you can purchase an anti static wrist band, or you can constantly touch the side of your metal case to discharge yourself before touching your hardware. Honestly, you'd have to really rub your feet on carpet for a while to build up static to short something. Not saying its impossible but in most situations its unlikely. If you're not already shocking yourself then you probably don't have to worry, but there are some carpet materials that really generate static electricity on your body.


    Step 1: Open your case, analyze and visualize your game plan. Figure out how you want this system to function once you're done. Check to see if there are any cracks or holes you can potentially run cables through for easy cable management.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4321.JPG 
Views:	3366 
Size:	533.8 KB 
ID:	557Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4344.JPG 
Views:	3316 
Size:	430.1 KB 
ID:	561

    • There are a few things to point out:
    • Coolermaster has integrated 2 Hotswap bays. This means you can swap in and out your storage that are 3.5inch or 2.5inch ssd or hdd.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4324.JPG 
Views:	3313 
Size:	586.6 KB 
ID:	558


    • They have push button locks for your optical drives
    • They also have hard drive trays that face the side of the case so you can easily swap storage if necessary. Power and sata cables face the inner side panel so it is not visible from the main panel.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4323.JPG 
Views:	3292 
Size:	515.1 KB 
ID:	559

    • There are rubber holes to loop your cables through for cleaner and easier cable management.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4342.JPG 
Views:	3256 
Size:	604.3 KB 
ID:	560

    Step 2: Mount your power supply. There are 4 screws that match up to your power supply. The bracket is designed so that the holes will match with the power supply only 1 way. Follow the picture below and attach your power supply to your case.
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4362.JPG 
Views:	3196 
Size:	336.5 KB 
ID:	563Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4363.JPG 
Views:	3121 
Size:	241.2 KB 
ID:	564

    Step 3: Mount up your HardDrives (HDD) or Solid State Drives (SSD). Whether you have an HDD or SSD, it should have 2 mounting options. 4 screw points on the bottom, or 4 on the sides.
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4365.JPG 
Views:	3104 
Size:	416.2 KB 
ID:	565 or Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4372.JPG 
Views:	3089 
Size:	360.2 KB 
ID:	566


    • The HAF X has several option for you to mount your drives. The first option is the side tray which can slide out conveniently. It gives you the option of mounting your 3.5inch or 2.5inch storage. If you're using a 3.5inch, you can use the provided clips/pins that lock in the drive. If you're using a 2.5inch, you can attach the bracket to the clips/pins and then secure the drive on the bracket with 4 screws.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4323.JPG 
Views:	3292 
Size:	515.1 KB 
ID:	559Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4375.JPG 
Views:	3066 
Size:	403.9 KB 
ID:	567 or Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4377.JPG 
Views:	3027 
Size:	485.0 KB 
ID:	568


    • Then slide your drive back into the side of the case.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4376.JPG 
Views:	3015 
Size:	218.3 KB 
ID:	569 or Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4378.JPG 
Views:	2990 
Size:	234.6 KB 
ID:	570


    • Plug in your SATA power and SATA data cable. The plugs have a specific L shape that allows them to connect only 1 way. Do not force in the plugs if they do not fit with ease.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4389.JPG 
Views:	2969 
Size:	409.2 KB 
ID:	580


    • The second option is to use the hot swap bays. This allows for quicker access to swap out your drives without taking your side panel off. Typically this is used for storage. If you decide to use this as your primary drive, be careful not to unplug it, otherwise you wont be able to access your operating system. The bay has bottom mounting points for you to screw in your HDD or SSD.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4324.JPG 
Views:	3313 
Size:	586.6 KB 
ID:	558Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4325.JPG 
Views:	2961 
Size:	557.0 KB 
ID:	571

    SSD 2.5inch
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4382.JPG 
Views:	2951 
Size:	220.5 KB 
ID:	576Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4379.JPG 
Views:	2939 
Size:	569.4 KB 
ID:	572

    HDD 3.5inch
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4381.JPG 
Views:	2923 
Size:	177.8 KB 
ID:	577Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4380.JPG 
Views:	2916 
Size:	566.4 KB 
ID:	573



    • When you put your hot swap bays back in, connect your MOLEX power and SATA cables.
    • Connect your SATA cable to your motherboard's INTEL SATA 6G port.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4347.JPG 
Views:	2904 
Size:	232.8 KB 
ID:	578Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4440.jpg 
Views:	2876 
Size:	171.6 KB 
ID:	603Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4496.jpg 
Views:	2879 
Size:	222.2 KB 
ID:	615

    Step 4: Install your optical drive:

    • Take off your bay cover. With the HAF X, you can squeeze the edges to pop it off.
    • Swivel the bay plate back and forth until it comes off.
    • Insert your optical drive, align it straight with the front, and press the side lock button to secure it in place.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4337.JPG 
Views:	2869 
Size:	421.3 KB 
ID:	597Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4338.JPG 
Views:	2841 
Size:	497.5 KB 
ID:	598
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4445.jpg 
Views:	2812 
Size:	186.2 KB 
ID:	599Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4446.jpg 
Views:	2812 
Size:	207.0 KB 
ID:	600
    • Connect your SATA power and SATA cable to your optical drive.
    • Connect your SATA cable to an open INTEL SATA 3G port on your motherboard.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4447.jpg 
Views:	2784 
Size:	161.0 KB 
ID:	601Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4448.jpg 
Views:	2789 
Size:	121.0 KB 
ID:	602Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4496.jpg 
Views:	2879 
Size:	222.2 KB 
ID:	615




  3. #3
    Brian@ASUS
    Guest
    Step 5: Install your CPU, applying thermal paste, and mount your heatsink assembly.


    • Press the CPU socket hinge down and to the side to open up the CPU socket door.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4404.JPG 
Views:	2811 
Size:	351.9 KB 
ID:	583

    • When installing your CPU, you want to handle it with care. Hold the CPU on its side. You'll notice there are grooves on the top sides. This will help guide the seating of the CPU into the socket.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4401.JPG 
Views:	2771 
Size:	120.0 KB 
ID:	581Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4405.JPG 
Views:	2810 
Size:	619.6 KB 
ID:	582


    • Apply a small dab of thermal paste onto your CPU.
    • Use a old credit card, business card, or your finger to spread the paste evenly and thing across the CPU.

      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_8722.jpg 
Views:	2713 
Size:	50.2 KB 
ID:	708Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_8723.jpg 
Views:	2746 
Size:	63.4 KB 
ID:	709
    • You can test/mount your heatsink a few time to see if you are getting a clean contact between the heatsink and CPU. You can also swivel it around a bit to ensure the paste is on nice and snug.
    • It should look something similar to the pictures below.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_8719.jpg 
Views:	2730 
Size:	107.3 KB 
ID:	710Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_8725.jpg 
Views:	2757 
Size:	109.0 KB 
ID:	711


    • Install your Coolermaster Hyper 212 plus back plate. The screws go through the front of the motherboard, through the rear bracket, and tightened with the nuts. Then mount the heatsink on top of the CPU and screw down the heatsink bracket. There are 4 screws numbered 1-4. They need to be tighten 25% at a time in order. This evens out the tension around the socket mount and allows for an even contact.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4412.JPG 
Views:	2765 
Size:	504.0 KB 
ID:	584Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4414.JPG 
Views:	2756 
Size:	581.7 KB 
ID:	585Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_44171.jpg 
Views:	2728 
Size:	48.9 KB 
ID:	586

    • Attach your fan with the fins blowing towards the rear of the case. Be sure the clips are securely locked into the heatsink.
    • Plug in your fan cable to the CPU fan header.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4459.jpg 
Views:	2732 
Size:	161.2 KB 
ID:	587Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4461.jpg 
Views:	2721 
Size:	330.1 KB 
ID:	588Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4462.jpg 
Views:	2730 
Size:	539.1 KB 
ID:	589

    Step 6: Plug your case fans into your motherboard fan headers.

    • Look for a fan header near your fan. If you have a fan for the rear, there should be one located near the rear. If you have a fan for the front, there should be one located near the front.
    • The front fan on the HAF X needs to be routed from the right side panel.

      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4456.jpg 
Views:	2689 
Size:	204.8 KB 
ID:	590Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4458.jpg 
Views:	2702 
Size:	252.5 KB 
ID:	591
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4468.jpg 
Views:	2668 
Size:	182.9 KB 
ID:	593Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4470.jpg 
Views:	2689 
Size:	424.5 KB 
ID:	592

    Step 7: Installing memory

    • Be sure to install your memory into the primary Dimm slots first. The 2 red slots allow you to run in dual channel mode.
    • If you plan to run 4 sticks in most cases 8gb of ram or more, you can use the black slots as your secondary.
    • With ASUS Q-Dimm, its much easier to remove or insert memory because only one side has a notch, you need to secure the lower Dimm in place, and press the upper section until it locks.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4463.jpg 
Views:	2648 
Size:	215.2 KB 
ID:	594Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4464.jpg 
Views:	2650 
Size:	475.1 KB 
ID:	616Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4465.jpg 
Views:	2642 
Size:	214.4 KB 
ID:	596

    Step 8: Install your graphics card.

    • For this build we are using a GTX560Ti. This is a Dual Slot card which means it takes up 2 slots in your case.
    • Be sure to line up your PCI-E lanes with the PCI-E slot. There is a short side and long side that need to align, then press and lock in.
    • You can also align the rear case slots and your graphics card.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4426.jpg 
Views:	2634 
Size:	112.0 KB 
ID:	617Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4431.jpg 
Views:	2630 
Size:	191.3 KB 
ID:	618Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4434.jpg 
Views:	2627 
Size:	281.9 KB 
ID:	619

    • If you plan to install 2 cards for SLI, be sure to use the SLI cable and attach it to the SLI lane on top of the GTX560Ti.
    • Be sure to screw down your graphics card to your case to keep it in place.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4450.jpg 
Views:	2619 
Size:	228.9 KB 
ID:	620Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4452.jpg 
Views:	2626 
Size:	492.0 KB 
ID:	622


  4. #4
    Brian@ASUS
    Guest
    Step 9: Plug in power!

    • Connect your 24pin power to the 24pin socket on your motherboard located on the right side.
    • Some power supplies may come with a 20pin + 4 pin connection. In older motherboards, they used 20 pin, which allows the powersupply to be backwards compatible. For current generation boards, you will need to combine the 20pin + 4pin to make a total of 24 pins.
    • Make sure that the clip locks into place. The plug can only go in 1 way, so if it doesn't fit, you're probably putting it in backwards.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4418.jpg 
Views:	2615 
Size:	279.9 KB 
ID:	623Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4421.jpg 
Views:	2606 
Size:	205.1 KB 
ID:	624


    • Plug in the 8pin CPU Power at the top left of the motherboard.
    • Your power supply may come with 4pin + 4pin CPU connectors that you need to combine in order to make an 8pin. It may come with a solid 8pin CPU power connector or it may come with both. Either one works.
    • Again, the CPU power connector only fits one way. Make sure that the clip locks into place. The plug can only go in 1 way, so if it doesn't fit, you're probably putting it in backwards.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4423.jpg 
Views:	2593 
Size:	190.6 KB 
ID:	625Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4424.jpg 
Views:	2598 
Size:	212.7 KB 
ID:	626

    • Plug in your Graphics power connector. These should be labeled "PCI-E" power connectors. These power connectors can come in a 6pin layout or a 6pin + 2pin to make a total of 8pin.
    • Some graphics cards require a combination of 6pin, 8pin, 6pin and 6pin, 6pin and 8pin, 8pin and 8pin, or even 8pin - 8pin and 6pin.
    • The GTX560Ti takes 2x 6pin connectors per card.
    • This Antec Signature 850 watt has 2x (6pin+2pin) connectors hardwired to the PSU. This is enough to power a single GTX560Ti
    • If you plan to run 2 cards in SLI, you will have to connect another PCI-E modular cable into an open port in your power supply and connect the 6pin cables into your second card.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4435.jpg 
Views:	2579 
Size:	221.7 KB 
ID:	627Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4436.jpg 
Views:	2552 
Size:	196.7 KB 
ID:	628
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4449.jpg 
Views:	2561 
Size:	243.3 KB 
ID:	629Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4454.jpg 
Views:	2559 
Size:	212.7 KB 
ID:	630

    Step 10: Connect your front panel cables.

    • At first you look at all of the front panel cables and wonder, WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO!

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4471.jpg 
Views:	2588 
Size:	205.6 KB 
ID:	638


    • This is why we developed Q Connector. Attach all your cables onto Q Connector, and easily drop it into the front panel header.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4473.jpg 
Views:	2546 
Size:	142.0 KB 
ID:	639Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4474.jpg 
Views:	2530 
Size:	120.4 KB 
ID:	640
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4475.jpg 
Views:	2535 
Size:	132.7 KB 
ID:	641Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4476.jpg 
Views:	2535 
Size:	197.5 KB 
ID:	642

    • Connect your USB Cable to the USB Header
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4477.jpg 
Views:	2517 
Size:	189.5 KB 
ID:	643Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4479.jpg 
Views:	2590 
Size:	278.9 KB 
ID:	644

    • Connect your HD Audio cable to the header labeled AAFP
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4482.jpg 
Views:	2606 
Size:	256.0 KB 
ID:	645Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4481.jpg 
Views:	2537 
Size:	246.3 KB 
ID:	646

    • Connect your USB3.0 Loop back cables through your water cooling hole and plug it into a USB3.0 port.
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4487.jpg 
Views:	2509 
Size:	171.7 KB 
ID:	647Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4489.jpg 
Views:	2538 
Size:	251.1 KB 
ID:	648

    • Connect your ESATA red cable to a SATA 3G port
      Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4496.jpg 
Views:	2518 
Size:	222.2 KB 
ID:	649


  5. #5
    Brian@ASUS
    Guest
    THE ROG PC IS COMPLETE!
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	IMG_4499.JPG 
Views:	2558 
Size:	242.0 KB 
ID:	651

    It's complete, but a bit messy. Lets see if we can do some cable management. Click on the thread below to learn how to cable manage!
    CLICK HERE

  6. #6
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Giannis996 PC Specs
    Giannis996 PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)Macbook Pro Mid 2014
    MotherboardAsus Rapage IV Extreme Black
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 4820K
    Memory (part number)32Gb Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133Mhz
    Graphics Card #1Asus GTX Titan
    Graphics Card #2Asus GTX Titan
    MonitorAsus VK278
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i
    CaseCorsair Obsidian 750D
    Power SupplyCoolermaster V850
    Keyboard Razer Blackwidow X Chroma
    Mouse Razer Deathadder
    Headset Razer Kraken 7.1
    OS Windows 10
    Giannis996's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Reputation
    12
    Posts
    384

    haha nice build a bit out of date by the time im reading it tho but awesome!!!
    Last edited by Giannis996; 08-11-2013 at 08:11 PM.
    Project Name: System Specs:
    Motherboard: Asus Rampage IV Black Edition
    Prossesor: Intel Core i7 4820k
    Graphic Card: Asus GTX Titan x2
    *Power Supply: Cooler Master V850
    Ram: 32Gb Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133Mhz
    Case: Corsair Obsidian 750D
    SSD: 2x Samsung Evo 250Gb Raid 0
    HDD: 2x Seagate Baraccuda 2TB

  7. #7
    ROG Member Array kepoyoh's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Reputation
    10
    Posts
    15

    you spent how much money to build computer gamers

Similar Threads

  1. ROG Connect and RC Bluetooth guide
    By Brian@ASUS in forum Other Series Motherboards
    Replies: 20
    Last Post: 02-12-2015, 07:14 PM
  2. How To Guide: Plexi Window with Mesh
    By MonsterMawd in forum Case Modding & PC Builds
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 05-02-2011, 06:35 PM
  3. Overclocking guide
    By majr777 in forum Overclocking & Tweaking
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 03-29-2011, 04:00 AM
  4. BSOD 2 weeks after building machine
    By davida in forum Other Series Motherboards
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 12-18-2010, 07:16 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •