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    SuperMicro to re-focus on the gaming motherboard market

    Firm will put "the pedal to the metal" to build up its consumer offerings this year.
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    Re: SuperMicro to re-focus on the gaming motherboard market

    Awesome news! I would love to see what TR4 motherboards they come up with.

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    Re: SuperMicro to re-focus on the gaming motherboard market

    Article not found, so I guess there's either an issue or it was mistakenly published a little early.

    Based upon the title however, I'm not a fan of the idea of them re-focusing on gaming motherboards, as that seems to suggest that they will withdraw from making server motherboards, which they are reknowned for.

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