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EVGA Z87 Classified motherboard Released



/ 3 years ago

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EVGA launches the long-awaited Z87 Classified motherboard. Its been quite a while since Intel announced the Z87 chipset and Haswell platform; since then EVGA has been working on their flagship motherboard. The Classified products always hold a special position in the EVGA’s product stack and overall market; the Z87 Classified is no different. Its designed to be the best in the market for those who cannot afford to compromise on anything. Major highlights of the Z87 Classified include a fresh design, beefy VRM and 4-way GPU configuration support.

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The Z87 Classified holds a LGA1150 socket at its heart with support for all the latest Haswell CPUs along with the usual four memory slots with support for up to 32GB of 2666+ MHz DDR3 memory. It is also designed on an 8-layer EATX PCB. Lookinga t the expansion slots, the motherboard comes with five PCIe x16 slots, one PCIe x1 slot and one mPCIe/mSATA slot. It supports multi-GPUs in x16/x16, x8/x8/x8 and x8/x8/x8/x8 configurations. In terms of storage connectivity options it comes with 8 SATA III and 6 USB 3.0 ports. It has an Intel network controller along with Creative Sound Core3D Quad-Core audio processor for 6-channel HD audio output.

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EVGA’s Z87 Classified motherboard has a solid 8-phase VRM for CPU along with two 8-pin EPS connectors which can provide up to 600W of power. And then it has onboard power, reset and clear CMOS buttons along with voltage readout points and PCIe disable switches. It also comes with onboard CPU temperature monitor and POSCAP capacitors. On the software side of things, it comes with brand new UEFI BIOS with triple BIOS switch. It also supports EVGA’s renowned E-LEET X Tuning utility.

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The motherboard is available at a price of $399 and according to EVGA officials, they’ve limited quantity of this motherboard. Anyone interested in this motherboard should consider investing in one, and quick!

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  • Curtis Corse

    Wish I had one of these instead of the Z87 FTW. I can only imagine it would eliminate the BSoD issues I have with the FTW.

  • Myk SilentShadow

    Aww, how cute. EVGA is going to have another crack at Motherboards, what’s the bet these are just as much of a fail as the X79 Dark? These guys may be the best in the VGA market, but, from what i’ve been reading, their Motherboards leave much to be desired.