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Nowadays, many high-end motherboards cover a large area of ”armor” to hide various components and circuits.
MSI is even more extreme, creating a “Project Zero” (zero project) project, which hides all the interfaces on the motherboard.
MEG Z690 UNIFY
This is a concept motherboard based on the Intel Z690 platform, which should be from the MEG Z690 UNIFY.
Except for the processor socket, four memory slots, and three PCIe slots, it is all covered, and there is no interface or component.
The 24-pin motherboard power supply interface, SATA interface, and various pins are all placed on the edge, and they are all placed horizontally outward.
The DEBUG indicator and the boot and restart shortcut keys have not been seen for the time being, and they should be really gone.
As a result, the motherboard looks extremely clean, but it is quite inconvenient to use, and it is troublesome to connect and route the power cable and data cable.
Of course, it’s just a concept after all.
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