The 20 most innovative and bizarre motherboards

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 27 2013 @ 15:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hardware.Info has compiled a nice list of the 20 most bizarre and innovative motherboards that were launched between 1999 and 2010, you can check it out over here.

In my eyes the single most bizarre motherboard from the list is the AOpen AX3SP Pro Che Che (2001), which (not surprisingly) was released solely in Asia.
And while taste is a personal thing that can vary, a lot of people would likely be baffled by the eccentric-looking AOpen AX3SP Pro Che Che, from 2001. Pink expansion slots and CPU cooler, purple highlights, strange-looking smiley faces printed all over the board, with one huge smiley on the purple back and CheChe! written in the corner...
AOpen AX3SP Pro Che Che (2001)


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