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Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards

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2014/08/29 09:15:41 (permalink)
 
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The EVGA X99 lineup has arrived. EVGA has rebuilt its motherboard lineup for the next generation Intel® platform, offering a stunning set of features and overclocking support. These motherboards also feature EVGA's new GUI BIOS that focuses on the best overclocking support, functionality, and are straight and to the point, the way a modern BIOS should be.  Click Here for more info!

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 09:27:23 (permalink)
    Congrats on this new product announcement. Man I wish I had some serious cash for one of these right now.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 09:37:30 (permalink)
    One thing I guess I wonder about is why no M.2 connection on the FTW board, it's on the smaller and I think cheaper Micro board. I'm also wondering about M.2 vs. SATA express and how all that will work out in the future.


     
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 10:05:56 (permalink)
    I hate to sound like a dork but 2011-3 and the 5960X VS 4970K, Are we saying the brand new 4930 I just got will not work in this board?

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 10:32:37 (permalink)
    4930k is not 2011-3, so it shouldn't work. That was a 2011 chip for x79 chipset.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 14:03:39 (permalink)
    When can we expect to see those available in Europe?
    I would love to get my hands on x99 Micro as soon as possible.
    Can't buy from US store, there is no option to choose UK :(
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 15:56:10 (permalink)
    Someone will 100% build EVGA X99 Micro in CASELABS Mercury S5 with Classified graphics under water.
     

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 16:18:37 (permalink)
    Vlada011
    Someone will 100% build EVGA X99 Micro in CASELABS Mercury S5 with Classified graphics under water.
     




    I will be going classified with a Mercury S8 case, BUT!, I am moving soon and I have never moved without my computer breaking with the great military transportation system. If it breaks a x99 micro with a 5820k and a couple of X70's GPU's would go great for my wifes computer...
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 16:23:44 (permalink)
    This makes me happy! Held off on the x79 waiting for x99. Now the build begins.... slowly

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 17:03:54 (permalink)
    Sweet mobo, if I get my second mobo tray i can go dual rigs.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 20:10:45 (permalink)
    CASELABS Mercury SM8 is real thing if someone like E-ATX example. 
    Give best view on hardware from different angles, and as we see hardware on pictures, in SM8 is everything visible.
    That's newest design and very modern now.
     
    We will see, easy can something very good to become from Haswell E, 
    even maybe OC close to Sandy Bridge Extreme, only with DDR4 standards. 
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/29 20:56:55 (permalink)
    Jacob is talking about these on newegg tv on youtube.
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/30 09:37:37 (permalink)
    Is there a side-by-side comparison of the three X99 boards somewhere?
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/30 09:56:31 (permalink)
    jsman99
    When can we expect to see those available in Europe?
    I would love to get my hands on x99 Micro as soon as possible.
    Can't buy from US store, there is no option to choose UK :(


    In the EU all I can tell you is to wait

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/30 11:40:20 (permalink)
    Now to decide between EVGA and Asus for my X99 motherboard, have to wait and see...the GPU's will be EVGA for sure :)

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/30 13:42:26 (permalink)
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    When can we expect to see those available in Europe?
    I would love to get my hands on x99 Micro as soon as possible.
    Can't buy from US store, there is no option to choose UK :(


    In the EU all I can tell you is to wait




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    Going to do the little trick and ask friend who have family in States,  I think.
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/30 21:24:09 (permalink)
    Just curious evga X99 mb have a SATA express onboard?
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/08/31 19:32:19 (permalink)
    EVGA X99 Micro (E995) - Tek Syndicate 4K Video Overview
     
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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 14:58:08 (permalink)
    Nice line up. Can anyone say why is it so hard to get a motherboard with the battery placed in a position where you don't have to move the GPU, nice going EVGA, really nice.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 15:43:56 (permalink)
    Brimy
    Nice line up. Can anyone say why is it so hard to get a motherboard with the battery placed in a position where you don't have to move the GPU, nice going EVGA, really nice.


    The batteries don't go bad often, and with a clear cmos button, you don't have to remove the battery to clear the cmos all that often, so it is *usually* not much of a big issue.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 15:48:24 (permalink)
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    Nice line up. Can anyone say why is it so hard to get a motherboard with the battery placed in a position where you don't have to move the GPU, nice going EVGA, really nice.


    The batteries don't go bad often, and with a clear cmos button, you don't have to remove the battery to clear the cmos all that often, so it is *usually* not much of a big issue.

    Yeah i know but why is the battery placement over looked from vendor to vendor.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 16:06:51 (permalink)
    Brimy
    Yeah i know but why is the battery placement over looked from vendor to vendor.

    No one seems to complain about it often, probably. Imagine that if there was a bad line and you had to pull to battery and that would fix it, then there would probably be a lot of complaints, but as it is usually a non-issue, the vendors don't think about it. I have seen a couple (and only a couple) that have them above PCI slot one.. It sticks out like a sore thumb and looks awkwardly placed. Any other slot, and it could get covered by something in the PCI slot, even if it isn't a GPU. They probably figure, if you are pulling the battery already, the gpu needs to come out anyway.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 17:09:58 (permalink)
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    Yeah i know but why is the battery placement over looked from vendor to vendor.

    -snippity snip-
    They probably figure, if you are pulling the battery already, the gpu needs to come out anyway.

    Well this is an understandable reason because my Z77- v pro's battery is covered by the GPU.

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    Re: Introducing the EVGA X99 Series Motherboards 2014/09/01 19:08:59 (permalink)
    I just still have z77-v. All of my boards have the battery under one of the GPUs. That is why I love the clear cmos button, and if it doesn't help, I give the battery a pull and replace it.

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