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MSI Goes Black and Green with its ECO Line of Motherboards

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 3, 2014.

  1. btarunr

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    It what may look like MSI paying GIGABYTE back in its own coin (of copying color scheme and nomenclature), but is actually a completely different target market the company is going after; the new ECO line of motherboards by MSI offer essential feature-set to mainstream desktop builders, while cutting down greatly on redundant components, costly dyes, and over-the-top packaging materials. The boards also feature energy-efficient VRM designs, to cut power consumption down as much as the platform can allow. MSI unveiled three ECO products, the H81M ECO, the B85M ECO, and the H97M ECO.

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    Dear god that white one is ugly
     
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    white is awesome!
     
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    so here where the green colour reside after gigabyte drop this colour scheme..anyway, that white do looks fugly.
     
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    The color issue on mobos and AIBs is so foolish. I guess some folks just sit and look at the PC hardware all day and never actual use their PC... ;)
     
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    The white PCB looks really good. I'mtired of brown/black PCBs.
     
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    White boards sell. Especially like the Cmos battery Eco sticker, super Eco!
     
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    The white one is pretty cool looking in my opinion. Also funny with the green right after Gigabyte drops using it in their G1 Gaming series.
     

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