Do you think these are really military grade?

Jose Sanchez
Jose Sanchez

do you think these are really military grade?

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Wyatt Diaz
Wyatt Diaz

i have an msi h81m-p33, which is military grade 4 as the msi fucks say. i'll say one thing, do yourselves a favor and stay away from msi if you want a properly functioning bios. i have never seen something this broken in my entire life.

Sebastian Gomez
Sebastian Gomez

jesus that looks fucking awful by the way.

Cameron Evans
Cameron Evans

Gamers will believe anything

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Lucas Thomas
Lucas Thomas

Military grade implies it was made by the lowest bidder

James Nguyen
James Nguyen

I knew someone who was in the army and spent two years in Iraq who always laughed at military-themed stuff like this for exactly that reason. "military grade" really means "the absolute cheapest possible thing that can be made to just barely meet the specifications"

Chase Campbell
Chase Campbell

and that's okay so long as the spec is high

Owen Roberts
Owen Roberts

Christ that looks bad. How embarrassing.

Liam Price
Liam Price

How much can I mine pic related with that?

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Julian Bailey
Julian Bailey

No

Joseph Morales
Joseph Morales

and/or designed by a committee

Noah Adams
Noah Adams

is it even worse that the hilarious bad asrock bios quality?

Angel Perez
Angel Perez

military grade
"do not touch"

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Jaxson Clark
Jaxson Clark

"Military grade" is just a standard/specification, and its probably not as high as you think.

David Reyes
David Reyes

Overdesigned shit, why paint cogwheels and rust on it?

Joshua Campbell
Joshua Campbell

Military grade is coded speech for milking the tax payer for decades due to buf fixes. That MSI board of yours is a good example.

Nolan Collins
Nolan Collins

If I remember correctly there used to be a military standard for how the solder joints should be made, but the specs were the same as the IPC specs for regular electronics so it was retired.

Jackson Phillips
Jackson Phillips

the one that i have sets the multiplier to x255 from x42 which i have set to sometimes, by itself. it's finicky.

Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin

why did tuf become the budget option in recent years

Benjamin Butler
Benjamin Butler

I thought the original was cool.
this is fucking awful though.

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Jeremiah Bell
Jeremiah Bell

smothering the board with an enclosure
why

Jaxon Phillips
Jaxon Phillips

it's thermal armor that removes the potential for hot pockets

Kevin Long
Kevin Long

Military grade would be better soldered and coated to the max for protection.

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Oliver Gomez
Oliver Gomez

This is as cringey as 'vengeance RAM'

Nathan Collins
Nathan Collins

do you think these are really military grade?
it's not even conformally coated
Haiti military, maybe.

Christopher Moore
Christopher Moore

You have bad taste, that is literally Asus Taichi design

Ian Russell
Ian Russell

No it doesn't. It traps heat inside the motherboard that's all. Keep in mind it's plastic

Andrew Fisher
Andrew Fisher

Anyone who has ever had anything to do with anything military will know that "military grade" is just barely above "bottom of the budget barrel".
No, it actually works, people tested it. Doesn't work well enough to justify the price, however.

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Leo Morris
Leo Morris

implying military grade means good
MRE exists.

Justin Price
Justin Price

It's ducting. You're supposed to install fans.

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Connor Cruz
Connor Cruz

I'd reckon military grade in terms of electronics mostly mean can take a beating from being dropped and whatnot.

Mason Watson
Mason Watson

No, it actually works, people tested it.
If you install the jet-engine fans, of course it will. However the noise level is far worse the X570 chipset fan and also pointless as you can always rig a 140mm+ fan to blow at the motherboard. No fans? It WILL be hotter--basic physics just works.

Ryder Cox
Ryder Cox

I'm a marine and I use this motherboard

Lucas Diaz
Lucas Diaz

buy an expensive board that is basically made to have the assist fan
don't buy said fan
"WOW IT DOESNT WORK"

Christopher Russell
Christopher Russell

It comes in the box, rart. The point is one (1) 140mm fan blowing at the motherboard will do it a much better favor in addition to being actually quiet.

Jaxon Hill
Jaxon Hill

TUF used to be quite durable, but they've relegated it to entry-level garbage.
If it was "military grade" anything before, it may not be now. Not that "military grade" is a big deal, since it can mean literally anything.

Liam Parker
Liam Parker

If the motherboards start talking about muh benefits and freedom isn't free I might believe it.

Gabriel Nelson
Gabriel Nelson

seconded this, their bios' are horrible; never buying MSI again

Jonathan Barnes
Jonathan Barnes

of course not, but it looks nice

Kayden Bell
Kayden Bell

If it doesn't use leaded solder then it isn't. The DoD demands only the good stuff for their boards and thinks the environment is for fags.

Hudson Rodriguez
Hudson Rodriguez

No, they only comply with one military rating and that's enough to give them the "military grade" ranking.
It's marketing, welcome to capitalism.

Of course, lowest bidder for the pre-requested quality. People always forget that there are military standards and only meme the lowest bidder.
Buildings with thousands of people in them and hundreds of stories are also made by the lowest bidder, but they comply with building regulations and standards.

Brayden Long
Brayden Long

Don't really need "jet engine" fans, a fan that's inaudible at low RPM is already over twice as good as heat conviction itself.

Connor Watson
Connor Watson

do you think these are really military grade?
Only gaymer larping as operator using that shit.

Parker Edwards
Parker Edwards

i had an asrock
How bad are talking about user?

Jose Myers
Jose Myers

military grade
bullet-proof to heat
easily melted plastic connectors

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Isaiah Richardson
Isaiah Richardson

"Military grade," is code for, "the lowest bidder made this."

Nicholas Richardson
Nicholas Richardson

Facts. I have an MSI motherboard, and recently I had a RAID 0 drive that was causing a BSoD. Turns out that updating the Bios caused the board to delete the RAID controllers. Absolutely 1000IQ.

Noah Ortiz
Noah Ortiz

based

Blake Sanders
Blake Sanders

just enable spread spectrum in the bios to take advantage of all the military grade technologies available