Right, there we have the G1.Sniper. That's a very appealing looking motherboard alright. The focus on this motherboard is dark/green rugged, sturdy looking design whilst remaining competitive with pricing.
We dig the two tone (black/green) design a lot, dark colored PCBs are the trend these days. What immediately catches the eyes are the sheer looks and heatsinks sitting on top of the PCH, in the form of an ammo clip.
We received the final retail sample and as such it comes packed with a "decent" product bundle, its a little scarce on the extra's though. Among the gear inside the kit you'll find the following:
1 x 2-Way SLI Bridge
1 x 3-Way SLI Bridge
Four SATA cables
3.5" Front panel with 2 USB 3.0 / 2.0 port headers
You'll also receive a poster and transparent stickers with bullets and logo etc which you could place on your chassis.
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