I found this in the links from drka0tic. It is an Asrock board and has direct connections. It says power phase 8+4. How does that differ from 12+2 on ASUS Pro? Maybe the Asus boards will have these connections
This positioning in the high-end market, Z68 motherboard, motherboard capacitors using Japanese solid state capacitors, part of the overall use of materials is quite good, with 8 + 4-phase power supply design, MOS large area are also to be inhibited heat pipe heat sink load MOS Temperature,
CPU-side 12V input use 8PIN, and to provide fan power terminals 6 groups (group 2 PWM, 4 group of small 3PIN) motherboard to provide 4 SATA3 (native), group 2 SATA2, also the overall color dark blue color with quite a high-end products texture,
DESIGNED IN TAIPEI is a good design.