Tuesday, November 15th 2011

Introducing the EVGA X79 Motherboards

True next generation motherboards have arrived with the EVGA X79 lineup. The new EVGA X79 motherboard series packs in the latest technologies to give you an uncompromising experience! Unparalleled memory bandwidth with true quad channel DDR3 memory support, and Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 gives you intelligent computing by optimizing performance on the fly! Up to 4-Way SLI** gives you the expansion you need to maximize your graphics performance.

High performance 12+2 PWM, 100% POSCAP Capacitors and ESR/ESL Film Capacitors* deliver clean, optimal power to your system for maximum overclocking. Dual 8pin CPU connectors* can provide up to 600w of steady power to the CPU through a high quality CPU socket with three times* the normal amount of gold content for the lowest impedance, and highest current transfer. Also, with built in EVGA EVBot support, you can overclock on the fly from the palm of your hand.

This board is loaded: 10 USB 3.0 Ports*, SATA III/6G support, 5 PCI-E 3.0 ready ports, integrated Bluetooth*, PCI-E/DIMM Disable jumpers, and a Right Angled 24pin power connector* to assist with cable management.
Learn more about the EVGA X79 lineup here.* EVGA X79 FTW/Classified
** EVGA X79 Classified
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11 Comments on Introducing the EVGA X79 Motherboards

#1
Maban
I don't get why they haven't redone the PCI-E since it was known that the x4 going to the PCH isn't an option with the initial Patsburg. Those four lanes could be rerouted to PEG like many other manufacturers have done. It's not too important but still an oversight. The SLI wouldn't need channel switches then.
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#2
RejZoR
They finally dumped stupid PCI slot. I also give it a plus for not having any stupid flat surfaces over heatsinks.
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#3
micropage7
by: RejZoR
They finally dumped stupid PCI slot. I also give it a plus for not having any stupid flat surfaces over heatsinks.
yeah but so far pci until now still works :laugh:
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#4
claylomax
No PCI? No sound for me; I want to upgrade to the X79 platform next year and need one mobo with PCI slot, I don't mind how many sata ports has or usb 3.0; so EVGA off my list. :)
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#5
Hayder_Master
5 pci-e 3.0, how many pci-e 3.0 lines it have?
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#6
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Hayder_Master
5 pci-e 3.0, how many pci-e 3.0 lines it have?
40, and 5 slot with x8 links = 40. ;)
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#7
1c3d0g
by: claylomax
No PCI? No sound for me; I want to upgrade to the X79 platform next year and need one mobo with PCI slot, I don't mind how many sata ports has or usb 3.0; so EVGA off my list. :)
You do know you can get PCIe sound cards, right? ;)
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#8
Hayder_Master
by: cadaveca
40, and 5 slot with x8 links = 40. ;)
Lol that's right, i miss that , thanks :p
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#9
[H]@RD5TUFF
I love EVGA video cards, their mobos not sso much.
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#11
cadaveca
My name is Dave
You could always send me one. TiN. ;)
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