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Mainboard I/O shield Replacement

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2019/01/22 00:04:31 (permalink)
Hello, guys!
  I have an EVGA Z370 Classified K mainboard that I recently RMA'ed. I know it's very stupid, but I apparently tossed the IO shield and now no longer have one. I think IO shield's purpose is a two: Cosmetic and Dust control, so its not really necessary. However, it would still bother me knowing that I dont have it. Trolled around Newegg, Amazon and didn't find anything that would fit well. Any thoughts on a way forward with this? Or should I just suck it up and deal with it?
Thank you guys!
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    d.burnette
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    Re: Mainboard I/O shield Replacement 2019/01/22 01:48:52 (permalink)
    Yeah it would bother me too not having one, but certainly you can get by without.
    You might try contacting EVGA and see if you can get one from them.

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    Re: Mainboard I/O shield Replacement 2019/01/22 10:54:56 (permalink)
    I’d give EVGA a call. They sent me a new one free of charge! Just make sure your board is registered before you contact them.

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    Re: Mainboard I/O shield Replacement 2019/01/22 11:23:57 (permalink)
    Chris7477
    I’d give EVGA a call. They sent me a new one free of charge! Just make sure your board is registered before you contact them.

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