EVGA plans dual LGA 2011 motherboard



/ 7 years ago

EVGA is well known for its extreme performance motherboard the socket 1366 SR2 motherboard which supported a dual CPU set up with 4 way SLI. They are updating this extreme performance line of products by adding a new board to the dual socket range. Showing it off at Computex 2011 EVGA were proud to announce that they would definitely have a single socket LGA 2011 X79 motherboard ready before the launch of the new processors and LGA 2011 platform.

They also added that a month after the launch of the single socket motherboard they would have a dual socket motherboard ready which could potentially support two 12/8/6 core Sandy Bridge – E processors along with a 4 way SLI set up with 8 memory channels. Expect to see some records broken when this board launches!

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5 Responses to “EVGA plans dual LGA 2011 motherboard”
  1. lucas4 says:

    all this board is just bragging rights for evga and a few rich enthusiasts lol.same as the SR-2 :p!

  2. ryanmartin says:

    lucas4;18813 wrote: all this board is just bragging rights for evga and a few rich enthusiasts lol.same as the SR-2 :p!

    got it in a nutshell! people will never really use this unless they want bragging rights, servers use dual socket motherboards that are designed for server functionality (i.e dont have 4 way sli) so this is clearly just for a guy with way way way too much money

  3. lucas4 says:

    ryanmartin;18814 wrote: got it in a nutshell! people will never really use this unless they want bragging rights, servers use dual socket motherboards that are designed for server functionality (i.e dont have 4 way sli) so this is clearly just for a guy with way way way too much money

    precisely :)!like u said, its no point using this as a server board. its just a very rich enthusiast, OTT, me>u board :p!

  4. Leo Bien Durana says:

    Still, I'd love to have one… *I'll hang it on my room's wall 😀

  5. Eternalchaos says:

    Well if EVGA do it so you can run the cheapest CPU(and not the £1000+ Xeon you had to buy for the SR-2) on it then i can see many people buying it

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