Thursday, March 12th 2009

EVGA X58 Classified Ready for Launch

EVGA is set to announce the X58 Classified motherboard. The Intel Core i7 compatible motherboard is set to be one of the most feature-rich and expensive LGA-1366 motherboards till date. The design focus of this motherboard is based on the power-circuitry that fuels its various components. A 1.33 MHz 10-phase digital PWM circuitry with dual 8-pin 12V inputs, along with 4-phase circuit for the DDR3 memory, and 3-phase NB power. Four PCI-E x16 slots driven by the Intel X58 chipset in conjuction with NVIDIA's nForce BR-03 chipset adds 3-way SLI + an additional slot for a GeForce accelerator dedicated to process PhysX. Elaborate heatpipe-driven coolers over the board's northbridge and VRM areas keep temperatures under check. The X58 Classified is priced at US $449, and will start selling shortly. The product has made it to EVGA's catalogues and its product page online. A demonstration video of the product by EVGA can be viewed here.


Source: EVGA
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36 Comments on EVGA X58 Classified Ready for Launch

#1
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
where is the non-nf200 >.<
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#2
jagass
Do you have plans to purchase it?...
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#3
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
Maybe if the non-nf200 board was out.
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#4
Supreme0verlord
by: btarunr
The X58 Classified is priced at a US $449
OMGWTF, that is the most expensive motherboard I have ever seen........... I honestly don't know who would buy this thing with the way the economy is.
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#5
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
Says the AMD guy who says, "I will not buy intel and never will." I don't want to start something, but it's a cheap shot to rag on people who want to pay for a "sure fire" tank.
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#7
denice25
well it's kinda expensive...
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#9
btarunr
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by: Supreme0verlord
OMGWTF, that is the most expensive motherboard I have ever seen........... I honestly don't know who would buy this thing with the way the economy is.
People who spend the same $449 on a GeForce GTX 295.
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#10
RevengE
This Is a Great Looking Board I wonder How Well It overclocks. Binge You Know you want one :D
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#11
Live OR Die
im getting one in a few mouths they have none in stock
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#12
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
by: xRevengEx
This Is a Great Looking Board I wonder How Well It overclocks. Binge You Know you want one :D
Man... I also could really use a cold one right now! The universe is working against meeee!!! :laugh: The board is pretty damn fine looking. I want.
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#13
Supreme0verlord
Whoa, that was strange, when you replied Binge, your post just magically appeared out of nowhere, like I didn't have to refresh the page for it to show up. I've never seen that before, is that a new feature? (Off topic I know)
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#16
RevengE
by: Binge
Man... I also could really use a cold one right now! The universe is working against meeee!!! :laugh: The board is pretty damn fine looking. I want.
I agree Very Fine :D When Is it due for Launch anyone Know?
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#18
Rey17
im definatly getting this....... i dont care how much the price (i do care a little bit but still)....
i want this mobo, or maybe ill wait until they start making more, because i like the black and green color combination, and i hope they start making mobos which look that good..... but in black and green !!!

anywayz, EVGA is the best !!
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#19
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
by: ChiSox
Here U go Binge get ur fix fur free
Get the tourniquet and a pen! I'm ready to sign up! :laugh:
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#20
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
by: Binge
where is the non-nf200 >.<
What does it matter that it has an nf200 on it?
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#21
tcorbyn
Google tells me that works out to be £6 more than I paid for my Rampage II Extreme, which doesn’t seem like an over the top price for a high end x58 motherboard. I know ASUS have status which allows them charge crazy prices for stuff but all in all I don’t think you can call other brands expensive for doing the same. There is no point comparing this to a UD3 for example (cheapest x58 mobo that I know of) because they are aimed at a completely different market. Doing this is no more ridiculous than the concept of EE CPUs, there’s a CPU which costs a grand and there’s a similar one for £250. Is that ridiculous?
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#22
Konceptz
As soon as my daughter is born I'm buying this board. I'm going all out on my i7 build as I anticipate that it will hold me over for the next 7-8 years. I've migrated from PC gaming over to console gaming (Love my PS3 and 1080p LCD with surround). I still play PC exclusive shooters tho.
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#23
tcorbyn
I think building your rig will be about the last thing on your mind once youve had a little nipper! Trust ME!
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#24
Konceptz
by: tcorbyn
I think building your rig will be about the last thing on your mind once youve had a little nipper! Trust ME!
true, but i've been holding back the itch for too long, and now that I know the 32nm i7s will fit into the x58 boards I think i'm all set.
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#25
sunil
This seems like an awesome motherboard.
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