EVGA Reveals Its X99 Micro2 Motherboard

/ 3 years ago

evga X99 micro2 motherboard

The X99 Micro2 motherboard by EVGA represents the successor of the EVGA X99 Micro, and it comes with a series of performance-related improvements complemented by a better layout and a new BIOS. Clearly aimed at gamers and enthusiasts, the X99 Micro2 offers complete overclocking support thanks to EVGA’s new GUI BIOS that was designed specifically for the task. Even though technology advances on a rapid pace nowadays, this motherboard probably won’t need replacing for a long time, and that’s because it boasts modern features such as USB 3.1 Type-C connectors, SATA 6G expandability, M.2 support and SLI.

Its compact mATX form factor allows it to fit into small cases without problems, and just in case you’re looking for specifics, I’ll tell you that it measures 9.6 inches x 9.6 inches. Below you will find a list of the X99 Micro2’s complete specifications.

  • Intel X99 Express Chipset
  • Up to 3-Way SLI Support
  • mATX Form Factor
  • Highly Efficient 6-Phase Digital VRM
  • Onboard Power, Reset and Clear CMOS
  • Onboard CPU Temperature Monitor
  • Black Nickel CPU ILM
  • Built in USB 3.1 Type-C Port
  • 10x SATA 6G Ports
  • Audio Isolation for Superior Sound
  • 2 Socket M Supports up to 32Gbps

Would you buy this motherboard for your own system?

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