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Default Re: Motherboard model not showing correctly

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To my knowledge its expected behavior, Gigabyte and Asus are Sponsors, so their current gen boards receive some more attention. I try to get a response from Massman though...
This is correct!
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This is correct!
I understand if vendor and vendor logo are not displayed. Shouldn't it possible to list the model correctly though?
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Default Re: Motherboard model not showing correctly

The thing is, if you follow the link of the mainboard model you reach the mainboard model site and you will ultimately see the vendor. I dont know how those contracts where made but it looks like it was meant, you cant see who made the board and which product was being used. So all of your proposals are unfortunately not possible.
The only thing which needs to be improved is the case when those boards leave current gen stage and are still invisible for the users. The server needs to update the submissions automatically to show those hidden information. I dont know if thats possible though.
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