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Monday, 03 November 2008 12:54

EVGA to come out with hardware SLI X58 board

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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We learned that EVGA will launch an additional board with hardware SLI and Intel's X58 chipset. The first one that is scheduled for launch on November 17th works with software SLI and at later date, there should be a version with hardware SLI and full SLI + Physics capabilities.


EVGA always wanted to take care ultra high-end overclockers and this board won't be an exception. They will focus on overclocking, as the company realized that there is a nice market share in the motherboard business, especially if you are after the very expensive high-end.

The new board as well as the coming EVGA X58 is manufactured by ex-Epox team that is now a part of EVGA, and these guys did make some great boards in the past; and we hope that we won't be disappointed this time.

Last modified on Monday, 03 November 2008 15:01
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