MSI Making "Ruggedized" Motherboards, Graphics Cards

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Keith E. Whisman

That's one brawny mutha as in muthaboard.

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leorick

I love MSI. I prefer to use MSI motherboards and this new rugged thing might come out real nice.

What i don't like are those people posting and trying to sell stuffs here on MPC like shoes, shirts, etc. Can't anybody filter them out? I almost see them on all articles lately.

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Lhot

...love playing with Photoshop, doncha?   :)

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Thursday

I totally want to be able to run my parts over with my van a few times and then put them back together...and actually have them work! How effing cool would that be?

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DOOMHAMMA

Can't tell you how many times my mobo shattered when I ran it over with my car :/

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SEALBoy

I once had a pickup truck almost run over my videocard. Don't ask how it happened.

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Thursday

but now I have to ask...

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elo231

them Asus board>

Aren't they rugged?

The concept Marine Cool and the retail Sabertooth 55i

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Peanut Fox

Maybe by rugged, they mean motherboards and graphics cars that can handle high voltages and thermals for extreme overclocking.  If all they are aiming for are motherboards and video cards that can handle high physical stresses (heavy graphics cards and CPU coolers), then that's a bit of a disappointment.

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SEALBoy

Maybe this is to prevent mobo's from breaking under the stress of a gigantic cooler + 3 videocards? I don't think that happens very often, but who knows?

 

Personally, I'd be more interested in this if I was building a PC without a case.

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