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Run Any OS {AOS™}

The first motherboard designed to run ANY Operating System {AOS™} of your choice out of the box. Z77MX-QUO-AOS


We encourage you to learn how to build your computer. We have made it easy for you to pick your components. So grab what you want and get to building!

Complete Systems

I want a complete system but I want to expand and customize it. You got it. We have systems starting at $785 and you can customize your workstation to match your needs.


Our users are accustomed to great support. We go beyond hardware to even solve  your FCP, Avid Software such as Media Composer and Sypmphony, Pro Tools quirks.


The Z77MX-QUO-AOS rev 1.0 motherboard is the only one in the industry with Firewire 400 and 800 (1394A and 1394B).  The motherboard features Intel certified Thunderbolt, Intel LAN for high demand network sharing, and compatible audio in an expandable microATX form factor.

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A thread on the Insanely Mac Forum mentions that a new motherboard from QUO Computer could signal the revival of the desktop hackintosh... Count me in.
zdnet-thumb Jason D. O’Grady Contributor for The Apple Core, ZDNet.com http://www.zdnet.com/the-hackintosh-is-back-say-hello-to-projectq-7000010890/
We just got off the phone with Quo Computers founder Rashantha De Silva. Remember him? Last spring, amidst all the hoopla surrounding Psystar and Apple, he announced the opening of a walk-in Mac clone shop in The Golden State.
engadget_50x50 Engadet Joseph L. Flatley http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/08/quos-latest-mac-clone-to-feature-asetek-liquid-cooling-core-i7/
Quo Computer plans to open its first retail location, selling Mac clones, on June 1. This is the first time that I'm aware of that a clone maker will have a storefront to sell its wares. Mac clone companies, to this point, have chosen to sell their systems exclusively on the Web.
cnet_50x50 CNet Jim Dalrymple: Macworld, MacCentral, CNet, The Loop http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-10251943-37.html