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Asus with motherboards whose connections are on the back

Asus with motherboards whose connections are on the back

of benjamin grundken
Hobbyists who also find the hardware eye-catching may find one or the other cable a thorn in their side. Asus is now expressing itself with motherboards whose connections are on the back and wants case makers on board.

Gone are the days of plastic-like casing bombers, grass-green circuit boards, and purely functional coolers. Appearance doesn’t mean everything to everyone, but it is important to many and this is reflected in various design elements – right down to the cleverly disguised and complex cables. light elements. Asus now even seems to want to ban wiring completely from view as part of a “DIY-APE revolution”.

Of course, the connections don’t disappear completely, they just move back. The Chinese portal bilibili The motherboards shown move the power connections as well as the SATA, USB, fan, and front panel connections to the rear. According to the video, Intel boards with PCH B660, B760 and H610 could be involved as well as AMD boards with B650.

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It goes without saying that the connections cannot be randomly placed on the back. In the end, the casing makers also have to participate, unless it follows like gigabytes in “Stealth” a closed approach. Therefore, Asus has brought in Sama, Lian Li, Cooler Master, Cougar, Phanteks, and Jonsbo.

It remains to be noted that Asus does not (yet) officially sell such a design, but is experimenting with it. When and to what extent Asus will actually ignite the “DIY-APE revolution” remains to be seen. Outside the circle of enthusiasts, the potential customer base is likely to be relatively small, and circuit boards of this type would be correspondingly expensive. Plus, even hobbyists don’t necessarily mind cables. After all, you can cover them very well and Set your own accents.

Font:harukaze5719″, Asus via Bilibili, Videocardz