Originally Posted by Hambone07si
I wouldn't be worried at all. That give me a nice feeling I won't have no one bringing their systems back because they stuck their fingers in it to point out how cool this looks and jumped to connections and fried something. lol. They make spatula's out of plastic for cooking so I wouldn't worry of it melting or nothing. I think that is perfect. As long as your able to connect anything and everything you need to, that's a badass idea.
You would be surprised how many people try to screw something in on a board/Pc when the system is running.
a motherboards circuitry can easily be damaged by dropping a screwdriver
Im pretty sure Asus test their motherboards thoughtfully before they go into production. With Heavy burn in tests, thus resulting in the calculation of the "Mean time between failures (MTBF)".
A 5 year warranty LOL!