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2017/10/05 09:59:20 (permalink)

 
Introducing the EVGA Z370 motherboards, based on Intel's Z370 Express Chipset and 8th Gen. CPUs. These motherboards are built to take mainstream performance to the next level...and beyond.
 
Our line up includes: the EVGA Z370 Classified K, the EVGA Z370 FTW and the EVGA Z370 Micro.
Check them out on at the following link: https://www.evga.com/articles/01151/evga-z370-series-motherboards/
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:06:57 (permalink)
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:10:29 (permalink)


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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:17:39 (permalink)
    So no more mITX for the mainstream socket (and thus anywhere at all now)?
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:20:44 (permalink)
    EVGA please fire the person who designed the heatsinks for these boards. I was looking forward to a nice build and now this. This looks hideous.
     
    Looking at these boards just gave me cancer of the eyes 
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:23:34 (permalink)
    Must be a joke...
     
    what is that? please, compare z270 classified K vs z370 classified K
     

     

    Where are the two 8 pin connectors? where is the 24 pin 90º connector? where is the pipe cooler?
     
    oh! you put RGB on the board...interestting and good feature for the enthusiast customers....no
     
    DISSAPOINTING for me.
     
     
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:24:20 (permalink)
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    Must be a joke...
     
    what is that? please, compare z270 classified K vs z370 classified K
     

     

    Where are the two 8 pin connectors? where is the 24 pin 90º connector? where is the pipe cooler?
     
    oh! you put RGB on the board...interestting and good feature for the enthusiast customers....no
     
    DISSAPOINTING for me.
     
     


    i just barfed 
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:32:58 (permalink)
    never mind the fact that the rgb i/o will be covered if you have rear case fan, straight hearders and power connector, sideways post code display and why not put the the smaller m.2 at the bottom and move the other two up? would help cooling and add some bling if you use a m.2 cooler. sorry evga but this design is a fail.

                                   
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:34:43 (permalink)
    If you don’t like it, speak with your wallet.

    2x8pin is completely unnecessary for smaller CPU’s, as has been shown.

    The chipset doesn’t need the piping. It was aesthetically pleasing, but not necessary.


    The angled 24 pin is going to be missed by many for sure.

    The way EVGA has been with motherboards lately, they may move some things around and come up with a more pleasing design in the future.
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:36:06 (permalink)
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    i just barfed 


    I was looking for a new full EVGA PC build, but I expected a similar z270 classified K, and I find this simply motherboard.
    for me: EVGA is the brand that you buy when you look for a good performance, because if you look for a typical brand, with RGB, plastic, crazy stickers, you buy MSI, gigabyte, etc...but now EVGA walk together the other brands.
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:36:07 (permalink)
    This is very true "The angled 24 pin is going to be missed by many for sure."


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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:36:20 (permalink)
    1) Is your design team on vacation? sorry, but in my opinion they are ugly
    2) If you compare Z270 Classified K and Z370 Classified K i see a downgrade in terms of features. (why are you using 8+8 on Z270 and 8+4 on Z370?)
    3) When will you guys change the upper m2 slot location? I see a lot people complaing about roastet m2 drives in this configuration (even i had problems with high temps on my 950 pro)
    4) What the... - 2 Killer NICs on the Classified Board?
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:38:29 (permalink)
    Tuxedo.
    1) Is your design team on vacation? sorry, but in my opinion they are ugly
    2) If you compare Z270 Classified K and Z370 Classified K i see a downgrade in terms of features. (why are you using 8+8 on Z270 and 8+4 on Z370?)
    3) When will you guys change the upper m2 slot location? I see a lot people complaing about roastet m2 drives in this configuration (even i had problems with high temps on my 950 pro)
    4) What the - 2 Killer NICs on the Classified Board?


    You may want to spend some time reviewing the terms of service.
     
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:42:29 (permalink)
    the_Scarlet_one
    If you don’t like it, speak with your wallet.

    2x8pin is completely unnecessary for smaller CPU’s, as has been shown.

    The chipset doesn’t need the piping. It was aesthetically pleasing, but not necessary.


    The angled 24 pin is going to be missed by many for sure.

    The way EVGA has been with motherboards lately, they may move some things around and come up with a more pleasing design in the future.

    So, I am right, the z270 classified K is better than the new z370 classified K.

    If you say is unnecessary, they spend that features on the z270 just for fun...?
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:43:31 (permalink)
    COMING SOON - АHAHAHAHAH
    how long should we wait? 4-5 months? year?
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:55:15 (permalink)
    Intelligent Innovation? I don't think so....... 


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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:57:04 (permalink)
    tizzafc
    So, I am right, the z270 classified K is better than the new z370 classified K.

    If you say is unnecessary, they spend that features on the z270 just for fun...?


    Did I say you were right? Oh, no, I didn’t.

    Asus uses an 8 and 4 mix on the rampage extreme boards that support the extreme edition cpu’s. They used to use the 2 8 pins on their boards. They found it didn’t help much, so they moved away from that habit.

    Just because you have always done something doesn’t mean you should continue. You adapt. Maybe EVGA decided to adapt.

    EVGA moved away from the 2 8 pins... let me ask, how much ln2 do you use normally? Because that is what the 2 pin sets are intended for. You don’t need it on air, you only need 1.

    Also, did you notice the K|ngp|n 1080ti only has 2 8 pin connectors? The 980ti had 2 8 pin and 1 6 pin... didn’t change the performance when they dropped down, because it was unnecessary, even on ln2.

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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 10:59:21 (permalink)
    the_Scarlet_one
    If you don’t like it, speak with your wallet.

    2x8pin is completely unnecessary for smaller CPU’s, as has been shown.
     
    In agreement with you there....these are 95W processors.  8 pin should sufficiently power the CPU

    The chipset doesn’t need the piping. It was aesthetically pleasing, but not necessary.


    The angled 24 pin is going to be missed by many for sure.
     
    That seems the biggest loss for me.  But I also have custom cables with my Corsair PSU...so not as big an issue.  Still should work esthetically

    The way EVGA has been with motherboards lately, they may move some things around and come up with a more pleasing design in the future.




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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:17:40 (permalink)
    Tuxedo.
    1) Is your design team on vacation? sorry, but in my opinion they are ugly
    2) If you compare Z270 Classified K and Z370 Classified K i see a downgrade in terms of features. (why are you using 8+8 on Z270 and 8+4 on Z370?)
    3) When will you guys change the upper m2 slot location? I see a lot people complaing about roastet m2 drives in this configuration (even i had problems with high temps on my 950 pro)
    4) What the... - 2 Killer NICs on the Classified Board?


    i can get the reduced cpu power, things get most efficient therefore dont need the extra power (which is going to mess up a lot of custom sleeved power wires)
    the m.2 placement has me puzzled, the key E slot would be better at the bottom while moving the two key M slots up, i have really nice looking EK m.2 coolers that are hidden and get very little air flow.
     i wish they would just drop the killer nic stuff, i tried using the one on my 270 and it actually performed worse than the intel and the software stinks.

                                   
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:19:08 (permalink)
    Interesting how the PCie aux power port is mounted

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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:20:45 (permalink)
    EVGA really needs to FOCUS on a fan control software for their 4 pin headers. This needs to be done!

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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:23:59 (permalink)
    Right now i think EVGA needs to focus on alot. They had the best looking non rgb motherboards now they release something that i wouldnt purchase even if i had to choose the board or death. 
     
    Please EVGA either skip this release or wait a month or 2 do redesign the looks of this.
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:25:37 (permalink)
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    Did I say you were right? Oh, no, I didn’t.

    Asus uses an 8 and 4 mix on the rampage extreme boards that support the extreme edition cpu’s. They used to use the 2 8 pins on their boards. They found it didn’t help much, so they moved away from that habit.

    Just because you have always done something doesn’t mean you should continue. You adapt. Maybe EVGA decided to adapt.

    EVGA moved away from the 2 8 pins... let me ask, how much ln2 do you use normally? Because that is what the 2 pin sets are intended for. You don’t need it on air, you only need 1.

    Also, did you notice the K|ngp|n 1080ti only has 2 8 pin connectors? The 980ti had 2 8 pin and 1 6 pin... didn’t change the performance when they dropped down, because it was unnecessary, even on ln2.

    You said the new mother board has less features because they are unnecessary. I said the new motherboards have less features, necessary or not necessary, ok.
    GPU's:
    980ti: 8 + 6
    1080p K | ngp | n: 8 + 8
    You can check it:
    980ti:
    1080ti:

    You compare EVGA vs ASUS, but I compare EVGA vs EVGA, but anyway if EVGA go together ASUS and the others it means it is nothing special for EVGA, so no special reason to buy an EVGA product.
    PS: Go to unnecessary features mean less price for the new motherboards ??
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:31:01 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    Interesting how the PCie aux power port is mounted


    I like it because I can tuck-in the cable.
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:31:41 (permalink)
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    So, I am right, the z270 classified K is better than the new z370 classified K.

    If you say is unnecessary, they spend that features on the z270 just for fun...?


    Did I say you were right? Oh, no, I didn’t.

    Asus uses an 8 and 4 mix on the rampage extreme boards that support the extreme edition cpu’s. They used to use the 2 8 pins on their boards. They found it didn’t help much, so they moved away from that habit.

    Just because you have always done something doesn’t mean you should continue. You adapt. Maybe EVGA decided to adapt.

    EVGA moved away from the 2 8 pins... let me ask, how much ln2 do you use normally? Because that is what the 2 pin sets are intended for. You don’t need it on air, you only need 1.

    Also, did you notice the K|ngp|n 1080ti only has 2 8 pin connectors? The 980ti had 2 8 pin and 1 6 pin... didn’t change the performance when they dropped down, because it was unnecessary, even on ln2.

    ok i'll give you that, dual 8's not needed. still doesnt change all the other flaws with this board, it just doesnt fall into the same classified territory as in the past, you should be able to look at it and say wow, they really thought this top end board out and be glad to spend the extra cash for it. i was considering to maybe go to a 8700k with a evga board but not with these offerings i wont, and if this is the bland future of evga boards in the mainstream arena then i will use a different brand that looks better, performance they are all close enough so it then comes down to looks, while other like asus, gigabyte and MSI have really stepped up in the looks and features department it seems evga has gotten lazy about it.  

                                   
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:34:28 (permalink)
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    EVGA really needs to FOCUS on a fan control software for their 4 pin headers. This needs to be done!

    it is nice they tout 4 pwm headers and i hope they finally come with a fan suite to allow better control, speed fan works but is a pain to setup. 

                                   
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:34:59 (permalink)
    tizzafc
    You said the new mother board has less features because they are unnecessary. I said the new motherboards have less features, necessary or not necessary, ok.
    GPU's:
    980ti: 8 + 6
    1080p K | ngp | n: 8 + 8
    You can check it:
    980ti:
    1080ti:

    You compare EVGA vs ASUS, but I compare EVGA vs EVGA, but anyway if EVGA go together ASUS and the others it means it is nothing special for EVGA, so no special reason to buy an EVGA product.
    PS: Go to unnecessary features mean less price for the new motherboards ??




    Try to spin it however makes you feel best. You can want the price to be lower because EVGA adapted, but you will be sad with the results.
     
    Now,  980ti KINGPIN!!!!!!  Not the standard 980ti: 2 8 pins and a 6 pin.. like I said.  Feel free to "check it"
     

     
    This is the 1080ti Kingpin: 2 8 pins, because the CPU's and GPU's are advancing, and do not require as much power.  The extra power does not help.. It is not necessary.  Say it however makes you feel better, but in the end, it isn't needed and removing it does not reduce the price.
     

     
    The Classified motherboard is support to support the "Extreme overclocking" experience over the FTW and lower boards.. If it doesn't help with "Extreme overclocking"  EVGA typcially leaves it off the board.   This isn't new.  This has been how they do these things for a while.
     
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:51:16 (permalink)
    1080 Ti K|NGP|N 11G-P4-6798-KR Two 8-pin
    1080 Class 08G-P4-6386-KR Two 8-pin
    980 Ti K|NGP|N 06G-P4-5998 Two 8-pin One 6-Pin
    980 Ti Class 06G-P4-4998-KR Two 8-pin
    780 Ti Class K|NGP|N  03G-P4-3888-KR Two 8-pin One 6-Pin
    780 Ti Class 03G-P4-2888-KR Two 8-pin
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:57:49 (permalink)
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    Try to spin it however makes you feel best. You can want the price to be lower because EVGA adapted, but you will be sad with the results.
     
    Now,  980ti KINGPIN!!!!!!  Not the standard 980ti: 2 8 pins and a 6 pin.. like I said.  Feel free to "check it"
     

     
    This is the 1080ti Kingpin: 2 8 pins, because the CPU's and GPU's are advancing, and do not require as much power.  The extra power does not help.. It is not necessary.  Say it however makes you feel better, but in the end, it isn't needed and removing it does not reduce the price.
     

     
    The Classified motherboard is support to support the "Extreme overclocking" experience over the FTW and lower boards.. If it doesn't help with "Extreme overclocking"  EVGA typcially leaves it off the board.   This isn't new.  This has been how they do these things for a while.
     




     
    You try to spin...you wrote 980ti and 1080ti K | ngp | n, it's your fault, not mine.
    But you are comparing GPUs vs motherboards...the motherboards need to feed the fans, the usb, the m.2, pci lines, etc, and be ready for the CPU OC...so, you say that is not necessary because the CPUs technology is advancing, ok, but in this case the new intel CPU need more power, not less, they have more cores, you can check the reviews. And remember, more and more fans, RGBs, usb, water pumps, etc...
    Anyway, for me, the z270 has better features than the new z370.
    You say are unnecessary, ok, it means is better? no. 90º 24 pin conector, necessary? no, looks better? yes.
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    Re: Introducing the new EVGA Z370 Series of Motherboards! 2017/10/05 11:59:53 (permalink)
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