EVGA Shows Off X79 SLI, FTW and Classified Motherboards on Videoby Anand Lal Shimpi on November 14, 2011 1:54 PM EST
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Early this morning we published our Sandy Bridge E review, as well as our first X79 motherboard review: ASUS' P9X79 Pro. We've got more SNB-E content in the works, but if you're eager for a look EVGA's brand new lineup of X79 boards check out the video below. Starring in the video is EVGA's own Jacob Freeman, a long time friend of ours.
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r3loaded - Monday, November 14, 2011 - linkShow us the SR-3!!! :D
Archangelboy - Monday, November 14, 2011 - linkWhy is this guy treating us like we're retards? Enthusiast users could have built a system in the time he's been rambling at us like a fool. No KIDDING there's a user's manual inside the damned box... yeesh... We can't count how many ports there are?
Hot boards but for the love of all that's digital, don't insult our intelligence...
Incinorator - Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - linkIt's an unboxing video, give him a break. Some people want to see what's in the box and visually pointing out the features helps to better market to those more visually inclined.
acompsys - Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0uXWmlMOgg
LeadSled - Monday, December 12, 2011 - linkEVGA has not brought out the SR-3 yet because that fastest Xeon E7 is only 2.4 Ghz with a price tag of $4227 and that is a single socket CPU . the E7 4800 MP 2-4 sockets I could not find a price on those MP and the 8800 series ( I guess if you have to ask you should not be looking at them) as many sockets as the can put on a motherboard which its self is in the $10,000 range. So after reading the E7 Xeon range you would be looking at a $10,000+ Xeon 7E MP socket computer. I myself am waiting for the Octa (8 core ) desktop X79 EVGA Classified which should overclock as well as the 6 core since they are 8 core CPU's with 2 cores disabled now. I cannot wait to see how they work on Windows HPC Server. I doent think games will work very well but I bet Folding @Home will gave the VideoCard folding a run for their money. EVGA can usually perform mericales so maybe they will be able to make a mobo run a pair of desktop CPU's but I guess only time will tell.