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Friday, 17 December 2010 15:07

EVGA's P67 Classified gets pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Six PCI-Express x16 slots
In keeping with its tradition, EVGA is planning to roll out its own LGA1155, Sandy Bridge-ready and overclocking friendly motherboard, the EVGA P67 Classified.

Featuring a 12-phase power design, recognizable red/black colour scheme and six PCI-Express x16 slots for some CrossfireX and 3-way SLI fun, the EVGA P67 Classified will surely be one of the more interesting P67 based motherboards on the market next in January 2011.

The rest of the specs include two SATA 6Gbps and four SATA 3Gbps ports, Gigabit LAN, 7.1-channel audio and USB 3.0 support. The angled 24-pin, two 8-pin CPU power and additional 4-pin Molex connectors are something that you can certainly expect from EVGA's overclocking ready motherboard.

We are quite sure that EVGA will pair this one with its own overclocking features, something that we have already seen on its previous Classified series motherboards.

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Last modified on Friday, 17 December 2010 16:22
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-25 #1 guideX 2010-12-17 16:34
worthless trash.
 
 
+4 #2 GhostOfSparta 2010-12-17 17:59
Since Shamino and most of the dev team has left EVGA I wouldn't even TOUCH this thing ...
 
 
0 #3 Xserces 2010-12-17 18:12
who needs 6 PCIE???
 
 
+8 #4 loadwick 2010-12-17 18:43
Looks ok, I like that we are moving over to just all 16x slots. This lets you plug in what every you want, 1x, 4x, 8x, 16x.

Biggest problem for me is i am a horder, i need alot more than just 6 SATA sockets! I have a Blu-Ray player, DVD Writer, and about 7 HDDs. I guess its easy enough to buy some SATA PCi Cards but i just don't think i should need to on a brand new MB.
 
 
-2 #5 yasin 2010-12-17 22:12
get an internal expansion card.
 
 
+6 #6 Naterm 2010-12-18 01:03
Products are developed far in advance, most of the serious lifting for this product was done when Shamino and crew were still there. At least I would guess it was that way.

I like EVGA's motherboards, they're the replacement for DFI. ASUS and Gigabyte are ok, but their customer service is crap. For that matter, so was DFI's.
 
 
-1 #7 JAB Creations 2010-12-19 00:30
No one seems to get the point, there are only 16 lanes of bandwidth available on the p67 chipset. Unless that Nvidia chip that adds extra bandwidth is added there is no point to all those PCI-E slots unless you have your choice of which two slots to plug your two video cards in to. Kudos to whoever can name that Nvidia chip, I can't remember what it's called offhand. Without it all the other slots won't work because 16 lanes split between two cards is 8x and 8x without any leftover bandwidth unless they run one card on 4x lanes and split the other four lanes. Sockets 1155 and 1156 weren't intended for fully loaded systems though, they were meant for home office environments.
 
 
+3 #8 Squall_Leonhart 2010-12-19 01:12
Quoting JAB Creations:
No one seems to get the point, there are only 16 lanes of bandwidth available on the p67 chipset. Unless that Nvidia chip that adds extra bandwidth is added there is no point to all those PCI-E slots unless you have your choice of which two slots to plug your two video cards in to. Kudos to whoever can name that Nvidia chip, I can't remember what it's called offhand. Without it all the other slots won't work because 16 lanes split between two cards is 8x and 8x without any leftover bandwidth unless they run one card on 4x lanes and split the other four lanes. Sockets 1155 and 1156 weren't intended for fully loaded systems though, they were meant for home office environments.


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