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Thursday, 21 July 2011 15:16

EVGA shows its upcoming X79 motherboard

Written by Slobodan Simic
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At least a part of it
Trying to build up hype for Intel's X79 launch, EVGA has posted a teaser picture of its upcoming motherboard based on the upcoming Intel X79 chipset. Although the picture doesn't reveal that much, we are glad to hear that EVGA is working on such product and we are quite sure that this one will pack some nice features.

The picture shows a CPU part of the motherboard and a lovely black PCB, something that we always liked on EVGA motherboards. There are four black memory slots, power, reset and clear CMOS buttons, 8-pin CPU power connector and what appears to be an angled 24-pin power connector.

Also on the uper part of the picture you can notice a rahter thick heatpipe that gos somewhere unknown so far. Of course, all we need now is EVGA to release this motherboard and Intel to push its Sandy Bridge-E LGA 2011 CPU to retail/e-tail shelves.

You can check out the picture over at EVGA forum.


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