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Where can I purchase a backplate "I/O Shield" for an Asus board?

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  1. vbx New Member

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    estore.asus is out of stock. They had it for $6.50. Theres a guy on ebay selling them for $19.99 + 4.99 shipping. Seems like that douche bought it all from asus estore and selling it on ebay for that ridiculous price.
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Can you be more specific about the board? Motherboard? AMD or Intel?
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    Ahh ~ an I/O shield.
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  5. vbx New Member

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    Yep
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Motherboard-Pro is out of them too. Only place I could find was ebay as well. :ohwell:
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    HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member

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    Sad but true, Ebay seems to be the only place I could find one :(
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    $20 for an I/O shield? I would rather just not have an I/O shield than have to pay $20 for a stamped piece of sheet metal.
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    Maybe post a listing on here and a few other PC forums to see if anyone has an extra one available. Might even be able to snag one for free + shipping.
  10. vbx New Member

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    I see, will do!
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    try to look on ebay.... good luck...
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    Hey, check out computer-camp. They have I/O shield for ASUS P5Q Deluxe for under $10.00. They are on eBay!
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  14. vbx New Member

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    Contacted Asus yesterday and its back in stock today. Nice. But it's 6.50 + 5 shipping.

    At least it's not 20 bucks + shipping.
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    I/O shields make life hard work...they often get in the way, block airflow out and to be honest, anyone can live without one. :)
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    ok? lol

    Well, my antec case has 2 front filters, so if the backplate are blocking airflow, then thats a good thing.
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    Point being: If you had an I/O shield, fair enough...but buying one?
    Pure waste of cash and I'm sure that $20 could be far better spent on something else.

    Oh and the more air out of your case, the better.

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