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2021/10/27 19:52:57 (permalink)
Hi All, I hope Jacob or the anyone at EVGA can answer that, should we hope for any EVGA mobos this generations coming in ITX or MATX? thank you guys!

08G-P5-3667-KL     12/28/2020 9:40:57 PM PTN   No
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    EVGA_JacobF
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/10/28 09:25:19 (permalink)
    Sorry no plans at the moment.


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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/10/29 04:33:18 (permalink)
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    Sorry no plans at the moment.




    Thank you Jacob for your answer, I hope you guys change your mind down the road.

    08G-P5-3667-KL     12/28/2020 9:40:57 PM PTN   No
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/11/03 18:35:39 (permalink)
     
    Been a long time since I've seen an EVGA Stinger. I've had to keep buying ASUS boards for my Mrs' mini-ITX rig - the horror!
     

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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/11/03 18:41:32 (permalink)
    Nereus
    Been a long time since I've seen an EVGA Stinger. I've had to keep buying ASUS boards for my Mrs' mini-ITX rig - the horror!



    Since I have seen the reviews for the X570 Dark, I am so eager to have my next mobo from EVGA in ITX or MATX with such features... my last EVGA Motherboard was X58 4 Way SLI.

    08G-P5-3667-KL     12/28/2020 9:40:57 PM PTN   No
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/11/10 14:53:59 (permalink)
    H370 Stinger is still my favorite and I still use it. I love ITX form factor and I absolutely do not want to resort to anything other than EVGA. The fact that you guys refuse to acknowledge this market (which is the future of PC's, if not the present) is beyond disappointing. Guess I'll continue to wait out.
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/11/11 04:42:38 (permalink)
    Since EVGA didn't come out with ITX or mATX boards for 10/11th gen, I'm not confident they will for 12th gen and beyond. They will probably stick with "Elite high end" boards.
    Intel changes sockets every 2 generations, so to invest the time, engineering and energy into more than 2 boards seems like a waste of money, especially when there is competition and plenty of stock all around for motherboards. I've seen boards sit in B-stock for a long period of time. The past 2 years has been different for supply/demand, but the market has been very difficult to judge.
    I am disappointed that they aren't making them, but I completely understand why. If they never make an ITX or mATX board again, then so be it.

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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/11/11 09:20:38 (permalink)
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    Sorry no plans at the moment.


    Sad to see, the ITX boards are quite limited in variety, but also expected. Was quite surprised to see the X570 mainboard.
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/12/02 02:31:02 (permalink)
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    Sad to see, the ITX boards are quite limited in variety, but also expected. Was quite surprised to see the X570 mainboard.

     
    Sad indeed. I say with confidence that EVGA boards are the best, especially their BIOS, which is clean, minimalist and intuitive (and the E-Turbo feature is pretty neat). I won't give my hopes up for a new ITX board from them and in the meantime will happily continue to use my trusty H370 Stinger. Maybe I'll upgrade to a 9th gen processor for it, as currently I have an 8th gen CPU.
    post edited by Hovik Vanoyan - 2021/12/02 02:34:56
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/12/02 04:27:13 (permalink)
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    Sad to see, the ITX boards are quite limited in variety, but also expected. Was quite surprised to see the X570 mainboard.

     
    Sad indeed. I say with confidence that EVGA boards are the best, especially their BIOS, which is clean, minimalist and intuitive (and the E-Turbo feature is pretty neat). I won't give my hopes up for a new ITX board from them and in the meantime will happily continue to use my trusty H370 Stinger. Maybe I'll upgrade to a 9th gen processor for it, as currently I have an 8th gen CPU.


    EVGA can’t hold a candle to ASUS boards and their BIOS blows EVGA away.
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/12/02 10:15:06 (permalink)
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    Sad to see, the ITX boards are quite limited in variety, but also expected. Was quite surprised to see the X570 mainboard.

     
    Sad indeed. I say with confidence that EVGA boards are the best, especially their BIOS, which is clean, minimalist and intuitive (and the E-Turbo feature is pretty neat). I won't give my hopes up for a new ITX board from them and in the meantime will happily continue to use my trusty H370 Stinger. Maybe I'll upgrade to a 9th gen processor for it, as currently I have an 8th gen CPU.


    EVGA can’t hold a candle to ASUS boards and their BIOS blows EVGA away.


    Asus mobos are overrated and the BIOS is trash.
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    Re: EVGA Z690 ITX or MATX this generation?? 2021/12/02 11:52:40 (permalink)
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    Sad to see, the ITX boards are quite limited in variety, but also expected. Was quite surprised to see the X570 mainboard.

     
    Sad indeed. I say with confidence that EVGA boards are the best, especially their BIOS, which is clean, minimalist and intuitive (and the E-Turbo feature is pretty neat). I won't give my hopes up for a new ITX board from them and in the meantime will happily continue to use my trusty H370 Stinger. Maybe I'll upgrade to a 9th gen processor for it, as currently I have an 8th gen CPU.

    EVGA can’t hold a candle to ASUS boards and their BIOS blows EVGA away.

    Asus mobos are overrated and the BIOS is trash.

    I've used both fairly extensively (mid-high end only though). I like both, but I prefer to go EVGA because of service and obviously some brand loyalty. ASUS boards are fine though imo, but if you need warranty service.. then you have a problem.
     

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