is famous for it's renaming-game on their graphics-chips and they have picked the same strategy for the new 750i. The new chipset is basically an old Nforce 650i is paired with a NF200 PCIe 2.0 x16 chip and branded as 750i. eVGA is now trying to get the best out of it. It is little known that Evga 750i motherboard was designed by the ex-Epox motherboard design team and if you remember they used to make some world class motherboards.
You know our own English tends to turn out bad (really? sub.ed.), but we still can't imagine what "Engineered For The Win" should mean.