ASUS Releases Intel Series Five MicroATX / Mini-ITX motherboards for Business

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. anticupidon

    anticupidon Ancient Guru

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    Hilbert, there is a typo in the title
    Edit: already corrected.
     
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    Those green PCBs are a really welcome change to my eye. Kinda looks almost like the old school mobos back in the day but somewhat more modern hue, more vibrant.
    Shame it's only low budged "business" end.
     
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    Green PCB boards, good, i would love to see some B550, green PCB, mini ITX but maybe i'm being too specific
     

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    Those green PCB's are beautiful, what a sight for sore eyes.
    While I like a nice-looking motherboard as much as the next person, I like the oldschool look of the green motherboards just as much as I did when I first started working with computers around 94 or 95 or so. I wanted one for my current computer but couldn't find anything of the sort in X570 chip-set form.
    Don't care for LED's unless they're functional ones (power, drive light, network activity, boot status / code number displays), don't like RGB stuff much and don't use windowed cases anymore. My PC sits on the desk due to my bad back (so I can get in when need arises), and at night the lights used to get blinding when I had a windowed case, had to lean a picture in-front of it - defeating the purpose. So no more case windows.
    Just want something reliable that I can 'set it and forget it' and not have to worry about toying with overclocks, stability, etc. The PC needs to do work.

    More green PCB's please! And where's SuperMicro's AMD offerings, they're non-existent!!? Just call it the 'classic' line of motherboards, a lot of us who aren't kids and aren't looking to get attention over the computer parts inside of it, don't mind one bit.

    GO HERE and email ASUS (can do it from browser), and tell them you want MORE green PCB classic motherboard offerings - I did. If enough of us do it, we might even succeed.
    They have other green motherboards aside of what's listed, like B365, Q470, so-forth.
    https://www.asus.com/support/Product/ContactUs/Services/questionform/?lang=en
     
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