Quote Originally Posted by locovaca View Post
That makes no sense. Why did you choose Gigabyte in the first place when they had made no claims of Linux support to start with? And why does publicly stating what was already implicitly stated change anything?
1.- Availability
2.- Best features/cost relation.
3.- Passed all our tests.

Until now, there was no known policy against other system, even if they didn't support it. You could use their boards as long as your system adheres to the same standards the board was supposed to support. With this statement, Gigabyte said they don't care about specifications, so their products are trash.

Not providing support for linux is one thing, not caring to fix their faulty products is something entirely different.