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Old 17-02-17, 12:43 PM
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What a novel idea! I must buy an EVGA board and not support AMD!

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Dude at the end of the day you CAN buy which ever company CPU or motherboard you want to buy, It doesn't bother me cause i'm not going to be looking at it anyway.

People are going to buy whatever they want, People may not buy the fastest motherboard they're going to buy what they like the look off. For some people it comes down to Style.

If everyone like the same Car brand same computer parts the whole damn world would be pretty bloody boring.

I'm not here to try a change people's minds.

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With that one what i'm saying is that EVGA WAS the first company to make an all black motherboard it's only taken the other companies 2 Gens to finally catch up.

IMO It's just some people seem to forget that.

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Old 17-02-17, 01:31 PM
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With that one what i'm saying is that EVGA WAS the first company to make an all black motherboard it's only taken the other companies 2 Gens to finally catch up.

IMO It's just some people seem to forget that.
Actually it was Asus who made the first black motherboard in 2001 called the Black Pearl (something like that) it was the socket 370 Pentium III (I know I had one), EVGA didn't enter the motherboard arena until 2008 with the X58 stuff.
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Old 17-02-17, 01:36 PM
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Actually it was Asus who made the first black motherboard in 2001 called the Black Pearl (something like that) it was the socket 370 Pentium III (I know I had one), EVGA didn't enter the motherboard arena until 2008 with the X58 stuff.
I'm talking about fully black even the PCI sockets.

The one your talking about it's only a black PCB from what i have seen.
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Old 17-02-17, 01:58 PM
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EVGA have only been doing total black boards since the X99/Z170 iterations, Gigabyte and Asrock were both churning out black boards in 2012/13 with the 970/990FX line ups.
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Old 17-02-17, 02:04 PM
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EVGA have only been doing total black boards since the X99/Z170 iterations, Gigabyte and Asrock were both churning out black boards in 2012/13 with the 970/990FX line ups.
EVGA started with Z97 Classified that was the first one on the Intel side.

Z97 came before X99.

The ASRock one was a brown PCB not black.

I'll give you the Gigabyte one but not the ASRock one.
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