Friday, January 1st 2010

EVGA Prepares High-end Dual-LGA1366 Motherboard

EVGA is keeping up its streak of releasing high-end motherboards for processors based on the new Intel Nehalem architecture, with a new dual-socket monstrosity. Slated for CES 2010, not much about this high-end workstation motherboard has been revealed beyond the picture below. From the looks of it, probably EVGA is making a high-end, overclocker-friendly dual LGA-1366 motherboard based on the Intel 5500 "Tylersburg" chipset with the usual ICH10R southbridge. Existing LGA-1366 processors that support dual-socket operation which includes Xeon 5500 series may work on it. Probably, a future high-end Intel Core family CPU is released that is capable of dual-socket setups, too. The picture reveals two LGA-1366 sockets, each powered by an 8-phase digital PWM circuit. Each socket is wired to six DDR3 DIMM slots supporting triple-channel memory for that socket. More this CES.

Source: EVGA Forums
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54 Comments on EVGA Prepares High-end Dual-LGA1366 Motherboard

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[H]@RD5TUFF
This looks like a true work of greatness, I may have to replace my mobo <_<"
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mtosev
price will sux. anyway nice but only for the stinking rich people.
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by: mtosev
price will sux. anyway nice but only for the stinking rich people.
I don't stink <_<' much . . .. :ohwell:
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