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2023/05/24 20:43:41 (permalink)
i’ve always used evga motherboards but i can’t recommend them to friends because none of them have cases or want cases that will support Eatx, and even though mine does, i do wish it was standard ATX at times. especially with asus having their issues lately. has there been news of evga going back to an ATX board with upcoming releases?
also seems like a weird decision distancing the market.


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    Re: atx boards returning? 2023/05/25 06:03:40 (permalink)
    There is currently no information about EVGA releasing any new motherboards...ever. They've done nothing to indicate that there will be future product releases, ATX or otherwise. Obviously, I hope they do continue to produce motherboards in the future, but they don't ever talk about future projects until the official announcement and all we've heard about lately is the reduction in staff and discontinuation of product-lines.

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    Re: atx boards returning? 2023/06/02 05:02:39 (permalink)
    There really is not a reason for a new motherboard because of CPU I lntel refresh.

    That means the next release is working on lga1700 socket.

    Right now suggesting a motherboard well which ones, saying Asus is not something I would rush out to tell my friends since the whole eat your CPU and blame it on user error but going on.

    I think EVGA mobo being eatx really is not a problem, the issue is price as you are locked into getting some expensive parts and your friends just say they want to reuse case.
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    Re: atx boards returning? 2023/06/02 08:20:26 (permalink)
    I thought the ATX boards are the FTW normally and the EATX have been the Dark ones. I made the switch to a full tower so I can support both but some mid tower cases also now support EATX

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    Re: atx boards returning? 2023/06/11 13:24:03 (permalink)
    youcanteatthat
    i’ve always used evga motherboards but i can’t recommend them to friends because none of them have cases or want cases that will support Eatx, and even though mine does, i do wish it was standard ATX at times. especially with asus having their issues lately. has there been news of evga going back to an ATX board with upcoming releases?
    also seems like a weird decision distancing the market.



    If you want the best gaming motherboards they have to upgrade. Most manufacturers have switched to EATX for the ability to have more m.2 slots onboard. 
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