ASRock apologizes for the poorly removable instruction labels on the memory slots of its new X670E motherboards. The stickers tear off quickly, leaving pieces behind when removed.
The tear-off stickers, by Neowin.
The sticker indicates which slots to use for installing one, two or four ddr5 memory banks, and warns that the first boot may take a little longer (something that bios updates would now have fixed).
In the statement on its website, ASRock states that ‘damaged’ motherboards can be exchanged for an updated sticker-less version.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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