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post #21 of 26
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Meh, the color and design of the heatsinks make me want to run away. rolleyes.gif
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Until Asus started ripping off Gigabytes color schemes they looked like crap too. But now I care more about the i/o than looks. Get a Lian Li case and who cares what the stuff inside it looks like. But seriously really what does z77 really bring to the table? Also what does2011's bring to the the table over 1155's? 6 cores instead of 4? I don't understand intel as of late. The tick tock thing I think has run its course, its like just release a socket for the sake of it.
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post #22 of 26
Current PC enthusiasts are spoiled imho when it comes to PCB aesthetics. We used to have to PCB colors like this:

411

700

It was not until around the mid 2000's when companies started adding aesthetics to their boards.
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Current PC enthusiasts are spoiled imho when it comes to PCB aesthetics.
It was not until around the mid 2000's when companies started adding aesthetics to their boards.

Exactly! We actually gave a **** about performance vs. aesthetics then. Red MSI Boards, hideous brown Asus, Green Epox, ect ect I think Soyo was one of the first to really switch it up

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post #24 of 26
You know, now days you don't see green or yellow-ish motherboard. I do like the look of that white motherboard.
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joy what i love and hate about bio-star their let shove as many of colors as we can on one Pcb

I'm only seeing 3 colors black, white, and red. That's only 3 colors...

The PCB is brown. It's infuriating when you buy one only to find that out.
post #26 of 26
I'm loving the PCI slot arrangement. Enough good for Crossfire, PCI Sound Card, and a RAID controller.
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