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EVGA Unleashes Classified SR-X Enthusiast Motherboard

EVGA Unleashes Classified SR-X Enthusiast Motherboard

EVGA announced a new high performance motherboard known as the EVGA Classified SR-X. This motherboard features dual CPU support, 4-way SLI support, SATA III 6GB/s, SAS, USB 3.0 and more. The Classified SR-X also supports up to 96GB of Quad-Channel DDR3 1600MHz+ RAM with its 12 DIMM slots. There are 7 PCI-E 3.0 16/8x slots on the board. Other features include onboard Bluetooth, PCI-E disable switches, triple BIOS support, EZ voltage read points, an onboard CPU temperature monitor, and DIMM disable switches.

EVGA Announces the Classified SR-X Motherboard

March 6, 2012 — EVGA Corporation, the leading-edge 3D processor and motherboard manufacturer, announced the ultimate in high performance motherboards, the EVGA Classified SR-X. This motherboard sets a new standard for what is considered an enthusiast motherboard with dual CPU support, 4-way SLI support, SATA III 6GB/s, SAS, USB 3.0 and more. Whether you are an extreme power user, workstation, server admin, folder/cruncher; this is the ultimate board for you. This board was designed from the ground up to support the latest and greatest in technology, and be able to complete any task you throw at it faster than you ever thought possible.

New and Key features introduced on the EVGA Classified SR-X motherboard:

  • Dual 6 Phase PWM
  • 100% POSCAP Capacitors
  • EVGA EZ Voltage Read Points
  • Onboard Clear CMOS, Power and Reset Buttons
  • NVIDIA 4-Way SLI Support
  • PCI-E/DIMM Disable Switches
  • More Gold Content in CPU Pins
  • EVGA EVbot Support

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At first I thought I was imagining things but no there is this monstrous motherboard staring at me.

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I just love looking at this motherboard because of its massive size.

I am wondering what the price tag is, thinking around 600$.

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$650.00 on the EVGA Website as of today.

It's a very pissed-off looking motherboard. Something tells me that it would play Spider Solitaire without ~any~ lag.

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Why did they take off two DIMM slots? A mobo of this size should include the full 16.

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Damn! That is a monster of a motherboard; I can't even think of a decent use for it... Well except for folding and playing Spider Solitaire.

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