Asus created a special edition Rog Maximus Z790 Hero EVA-02 motherboard, but the company misspelt “Evangenlion” on it — adding an extra “n” on the I/O heatsink. Now the company has apologized for the mistake, offering an extended warranty for affected customers and a “corrected decorative part that end-users can use to replace the misprinted part.” This all reminds me of when the 8 on Nvidia’s RTX 3080 was printed upside down.
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