Asus is commending its 30th commemoration this year, and as the organization got its begin as a motherboard creator in 1989, it’s fitting that it shows a thought of where it sees things going later on. This idea is called Prime Utopia, and shows what may be conceivable on the off chance that we move far from the ATX standard that has overwhelmed full-measure work area motherboard structure since Intel presented it in 1995.
Prime Utopia revises different parts for more prominent proficiency. The PCIe openings are on the back, so the GPU can free up space while moving into a progressively steady position. There are four M.2 openings with a committed heatsink. Asus has additionally planned a restrictive “Hydra Cortex” fan header that gives individual fans a chance to be controlled independently.
Asus imagines I/O moving to Mini-PCIe secluded segments, so highlights like USB and Ethernet ports could be effectively hot-swapped at will.
The motherboard likewise includes a 7-inch OLED touchscreen that offers different readouts. Since this would just be valuable for straightforward or uncovered forms, it arrives in a Wi-Fi-prepared module of its own so you can prop it around your work area to screen framework execution and control explicit segments like the fans.
Almost none of this would be conceivable with present day ATX motherboards, which have demonstrated strikingly flexible in the course of the last more than two decades. Asus is a long way from the main organization to propose an option to ATX — even Intel itself has attempted to move far from the standard. Be that as it may, breaking similarity for case and segment sellers would be a tremendous arrangement for the PC business and encompassing biological system, so it’s probably not going to happen at any point in the near future.
Until it does, in any event we have exchange shows like Computex to pine over what could be.