EVGA is ready to announce the ULTIMATE in X58 motherboards. Simply put, the EVGA X58 Classified motherboard goes beyond anything that was ever imagined in the past and raises the bar for enthusiast grade motherboards everywhere. With never before seen features such as 3-way SLI + PhysX + 1x PCIe device on a single board, 2 8pin +12V connectors capable of delivering 600 watts of power, 10 phase Digital PWM with a switching frequency of up to 1333KHz, three times the amount of normal gold content in the CPU socket and much, much more. The EVGA X58 Classified motherboard is engineered for those who demand more than just the best.
�Many Manufacturers are stuffing the CPU Core Power Circuitry with endless phases without looking at the big picture. We take a very first to very last approach instead.� said Peter �Shamino� Tan, Overclocking Evangelist for EVGA. �First the +12v comes into the board through the 8 pin CPU Power Connector. We remove the bottleneck here by doubling the current input capability with dual +12v. Next, the +12v is processed through a beefy 10 phase Digital PWM with a switching frequency of up to 1,333KHz, twice the speed of typical Digital PWMs and three times the speed of typical Analogue! Furthermore, you can adjust the switching frequency through the BIOS from 800KHz to 1,333KHz, deciding between power efficiency and heavy overclocking or benching.
�Next, a super-low ESR and ESL film capacitor placed right behind the CPU socket ensures the cleanest power goes into your CPU. This finally passes on to a high quality CPU socket with three times the normal amount of gold content for the lowest impedance and highest current transfer, and of course, the socket is anodized a slick shiny black!�
|Special Features:||Limited Edition||Overclocker's Pick||Overclocker's Pick|
|3-way SLI + PhysX||16x/16x/8x/8x||8x/8x/8x/8x||8x/8x/8x/8x|
|EVGA Control Panel (ECP)||Yes||No||Yes|
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