EVGA kept their promise. Just a few weeks after Cebit it managed to ship out a limited number of these systems to reviewers.
The motherboard looks awaresome with its four water coolers and it will cost more than €400 a piece. One price estimate we saw was higher than €500 for the board and the water blocks. Don't forget that you still need to get a water pump and radiator plus some hoses for the board.
It is one expensive piece of marchitecture, but we hope that it will be an even better overclocker than the super successful EVGA Nforce 680i motherboard we used for so many overclocking sessions.
This is what it looks like and we are playing with it as we speak. This board has to do something with one of the key people in the company who really likes water.