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ECS Launches LEET Z790H7-A Motherboard and LEET B660 Barebone Gaming PC

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ECS Industrial Computer Co., Ltd., also known as ECS IPC, is the subsidiary of leading motherboard and computer manufacturer Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS). ECS IPC has joined hands with Intel to announce a new generation of Intel Raptor Lake Z790 series for LEET Z790H7-A motherboard and the other product of the latest LEET B660 gaming PC to satisfy gamers' passionate gaming experience and enhance the passionate gaming soul.

The Z790H7-A motherboard provides excellent performance for gamers and professionals. It is compatible with Intel 12th and 13th generation Core processors (Raptor Lake-S & Alder Lake-S) as well as supports Windows 11 64-bit. With the Intel Z790 chipset as the strong backing for development, the Z790 chipset has further improved the overclocking function, which can support the performance requirements of one-click overclocking, and the Z790 chipset also supports the powerful performance of DDR5 memory and PCIe 5 transfer. DDR5 provides 50% higher bandwidth than DDR4 and also PCIe 5.0 increases the data rate from 16GT/s to 32GT/s, which is twice faster than PCIe 4.0.



The Z790H7-A equipped 4 M.2 SSD Slots, and the PCIE Gen4 interface can upgrade storage devices more quickly to create agile performance and quality. It is featured USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 20 Gbps Type-C to support the use of external storage devices. To ensure a perfect experience for gamers, the Z790H7-A motherboard is featured an 18-phase digital power supply to make certain that a stable gaming environment. About the internet support, it is equipped with Intel 2.5G LAN and supports M.2 2230 wireless 802.11ax.

The design as you wish
The Z790H7-A motherboard adopts one-click BIOS update, which solves the complicated and cumbersome BIOS update problem for gamers. The Z790H7-A motherboard is specially designed with customized adjustable LEDs, and ALC1220's 8-channel high-efficiency audio chip which designed with durable Japanese capacitors to show excellent sound effects.

Light your gaming soul
The LEET B660 barebones gaming PC supports up to Intel 12th generation with Core i3, i5, i7, and i9 processors, and features a new hybrid architecture design to improve overall performance. The LEET B660 can be equipped with two graphics cards such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX or AMD Radeon RX6650 XT to upgrade the gaming environment. 8 GB GDDR6 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 / 3060 Ti graphics card with NVIDIA Ampere provides a perfect performance. The other option, the 8 GB GDDR6 AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT based on the AMD RDNA2 and delivers stunning visuals, can provide incredible performance, and breathtaking visuals to empower gamers to vanquish 1080p gaming.

The optimized design
The LEET B660 is equipped with see-through side windows, elegant tempered glass side panels, which can be easily opened without tools, just by pressing the handle button. In order to create an excellent cooling environment, LEET B660 has enough airflow space and achieves maximum cooling effect through large surface air intakes. The PC itself is designed with 3.5"/2.5" HDD slot, which can support up to three 2.5" HDDs or one 3.5" HDD, allowing gamers to upgrade their storage. The exclusive ARGB lighting app design of LEET B660 has four lighting modes: static, breath, color cycle, and off when the system is running, which can freely change the color and optimize the overall gaming experience.

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Front fan mounts with a completely closed off front, even without side vents...
Well, you go negative... :D for a B660 board you will hardly have a major build in the first place.
 
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Well, you go negative... :D for a B660 board you will hardly have a major build in the first place.
Heh, still you can notice they aren't too experienced in gaming systems...
 
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People will make fun of that "barebones" looking board but this is what motherboards should look like. They shouldn't be this OTT RGB to the moon product because that takes away from what it should be, the device that interfaces with all of your parts in a familiar form factor and layout. Most new board have all of this crap on it just to make them more expensive because of the "features" such as RGB VRMs bigger than a house and 4 type C ports that take space from type A ports.
 
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Wow, haven't seen this brand for a long time. Seeing the name, i had to check and: IMG_20221122_164312.jpgIMG_20221122_164352.jpg
Sorry for the bad photo quality, my phone cameras lost their protective glass.
The board doesn't give any signs of life though. I might take it to the electronic repair shop, and hope for the best. I would really like to play around with it, maybe get some of the extreme CPUs to OC or w\e.
 
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Wow, haven't seen this brand for a long time. Seeing the name, i had to check and:View attachment 271239View attachment 271240
Sorry for the bad photo quality, my phone cameras lost their protective glass.
The board doesn't give any signs of life though. I might take it to the electronic repair shop, and hope for the best. I would really like to play around with it, maybe get some of the extreme CPUs to OC or w\e.


P55 was peak design for many motherboard manufacturers including DFI and ECS in its day. Even Foxconn released its own P55 Inferno Katana on Newegg back in the day. I would say 2010 was the best year for building PCs, a lot of players back in the day with quality products. All we get nowadays is some boring old all black motherboard design with black or silver heatsinks, only ASROCK has come out with unique motherboard designs like their LiveMixer series.
 
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That's one sexy looking motherboard right there. And it was a time where most of the PC cases were still closed with metal from all sides.
Nowadays we have majority of cases with at least one tempered glass or acrylic panel, and yet we have the most boring and ugly looking motherboards (and not just them). Reason? The damn RGB lights. When you have something painted in black and dark grey, there is a way less probability of conflict with any of the colours from the rainbow puke spectrum.
 
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That's an Inwin C301 case.
 
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