Thursday, October 3rd 2019

EVGA X299 Motherboards are Built For Intel Core X-Series 10000 Processor Family

EVGA X299 motherboards immediately set the bar for performance, cooling and stability. Since then, EVGA has improved the cooling, reinvented the modern motherboard BIOS, and continued to shock the enthusiast world with the EVGA X299 DARK. And these boards are only just getting started. With the release of Intel's Core X-Series 10000 Processor Family, EVGA X299 Motherboards are ready and waiting for them. Current owners need only update the motherboard BIOS for full compatibility; new owners can boot into the motherboard BIOS and update the BIOS with their brand-new CPUs.
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13 Comments on EVGA X299 Motherboards are Built For Intel Core X-Series 10000 Processor Family

#1
phill
Well, I best make sure I actually open the box of my motherboard so I can update the bios then :laugh:

I do wonder if these newer CPUs are going to be any good compared to their predecessors.... I would like to hope that they have soldered IHS for a kick off... But at that price and with Intel??..... Ummmm...
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#2
ZoneDymo
but uhhh it...it isnt really...the next generation though.... right?
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#3
Woomack
IPC the same as Skylake-X so it's more like the next refresh of already old chip. Even though CPU prices are expected to be much better than the last generation then I wonder who will actually buy it when Skylake-X wasn't really selling good and those who have it, probably won't make an upgrade to a similar CPU. At least X299 mobos require only a BIOS update.
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#4
phill
I find it quite amusing that the 18 core CPU is now half the price of the 7980XE version..... Might have to try get one at some point... Maybe :)
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#5
1d10t
No one?Okay I'll do it.



One board with less RGB, and then you have highly engineered VRM fan and axial blower fan on chipset :p
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#6
TheMadDutchDude
“But, it has a chipset fan! I don’t want that on my motherboard!”

Darn, it has TWO VRM fans. Wooooooooow. Definitely don’t want it now. ;)

/overreaction.
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phill
1d10t
No one?Okay I'll do it.



One board with less RGB, and then you have highly engineered VRM fan and axial blower fan on chipset :p
TheMadDutchDude
“But, it has a chipset fan! I don’t want that on my motherboard!”

Darn, it has TWO VRM fans. Wooooooooow. Definitely don’t want it now. ;)

/overreaction.
@TheMadDutchDude ...... I just remembered, I have a small 1600w PSU spare, what absolute craziness could we come up with for this build??......

I love the look of this board, I really don't think the lack of RGB on it has any issues with me at all.... :D :D
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#8
juiseman
how else are they going to cool those VRM's when they pull 300w...:)
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Xx Tek Tip xX
phill
I do wonder if these newer CPUs are going to be any good compared to their predecessors...
4 more PCI lanes, 256gb ram support and new AVX 512 instructions.
That's it, so if that doesn't amaze you it's nothing new.
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#10
PerfectWave
Xx Tek Tip xX
4 more PCI lanes, 256gb ram support and new AVX 512 instructions.
That's it, so if that doesn't amaze you it's nothing new.
THIS MOBO NEED MORE FANS TBH Kappa. Not to mention only 165w as tdp LOL. And only 4 dimm
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#11
phill
Xx Tek Tip xX
4 more PCI lanes, 256gb ram support and new AVX 512 instructions.
That's it, so if that doesn't amaze you it's nothing new.
Suppose it's a reason to consider it over the 79xx and 99xx models...
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#12
TheMadDutchDude
Not sure why your “Only four DIMMs” comment is even there to be brutally honest. This board is and always was designed for overclockers. One DIMM per channel significantly improves performance.
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#13
Th3pwn3r
I think every board I ever had that had chipset fans had dead fans on it after a few years. I will admit I didn't keep my machines that dust free back then though....
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