10/22/2022 at 10:15 am by Stephan Wilke and others – Mainboards form the basis of a PC system. In addition to the technical equipment, the optics also count for casemodders. Overclockers pay more attention to good cooling, a sufficiently dimensioned power supply and special OC functions. Today we show you the new mainboards of the PCGHX community.
At the top of the gallery you will find the latest motherboard images from PCGHX community members.
In the mainboard-out-of-the-box thread on PCGH Extreme, PCGHX users present pictures of their mostly freshly unpacked mainboards. As already mentioned, motherboards form the basis of a PC system and, thanks to the built-in technology and the complex optics, also offer a variety of approaches for exciting photos.
In our photo gallery you will find a small selection of the snapshots worth seeing. You can find the rest directly in the aforementioned mainboard thread with more than 360,000 hits and 850 posts. If you unpack a motherboard yourself, simply take photos of it and post them in the appropriate thread.
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