View Full Version : Asus motherboard rusting cpu chokes
02-12-10, 09:50 AM
(i had always thought Asus mobo quality has lapsed the last few years and this confirms it.and why i went to another brand with ferrite chokes))
I have never heard of this happening before..:lol:
Now I have to run home and check mine out...:o
Performance degradation yet?
EDIT: Nvm - took for granted it was your board.
02-12-10, 10:22 AM
How did that happen? Did they submerge it into salt water for pro longed periods of time? :lol:
02-12-10, 11:25 AM
he must live outside lol or next to a beach or a salt plant lol
It's not rust. It may be the clear coat on them reacting to heat from possible way over the top overclock. Rust is never shinny, LOL.
02-12-10, 11:26 AM
nope, not my motherboard (i have gigabyte)
read the links
also its shiny as the rust is under the shiny coating hence the bubbling
02-12-10, 11:28 AM
the guy is just going around to try to make a point, but the MB still works. what BS, and if anything, it looks like paint
02-12-10, 11:43 AM
If it is as they said in fact moisture during manufacturing, then they would not rust without being exposed to oxygen. I don't see how those chokes being sealed would do that.
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