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Is this going to be like the other two non-existent EVGA P67 mainboards?
This times 1000!!! Ive been waiting since Feburary for them to launch a 1155 socket board, as well as 90% of the EVGA forum members.
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I'd love to pick one of these up when I build my system this summer.
    
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post #53 of 61
The source for the OP's source.

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Currently, EVGA fans looking for an LGA1155 motherboard are greeted by the US company with just a page of the P67 SLI which is not available but things are set to change soon enough. EVGA is now prepping the re-introduction of the P67 SLI and the release of the P67 FTW.

The $200 P67 SLI is probably just an updated B3 stepping product, while the P67 FTW (seen below) is a new, overclocking-craving board with a 12-phase power design, six PCI-Express x16 slots (there must be a PCI bridge chip in there) and an angled 24-pin power connector.

The FTW model has both SLI and CrossFireX support, packs four DDR3 memory slots, two SATA 6.0 Gbps and four SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 7.1 channel audio, a debug LED, Power, Reset and Clear CMOS buttons and, if we're not mistaking, a bunch of pins for disabling PCIe slots. More info (pricing included) should be available upon the official release.
http://www.tcmagazine.com/tcm/news/h...7-sli-incoming

So no $200 top-end board.
post #54 of 61
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Only 3way SLI? Nvidia...
4-way SLI can be done using something like (2) GTX 590s. However, doing 4-way SLI with cards equipped with a single GPU would require this board to be longer (at least 1 expansion slot longer). It'd probably end up looking like the Big Bang Marshall and come at a huge premium for something most people wouldn't do/use.
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How are EVGAs Mobos?
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How are EVGAs Mobos?
Very good, unless you need to RMA. There was a long string of "bent pins, pay 40-50 dollars to pass go" problems with that..
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Well that sucks lol.
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Makes me want that 2600k and P67 even more O.o
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The motherboard will be priced at 200$
Fixed from card.
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4-way SLI can be done using something like (2) GTX 590s. However, doing 4-way SLI with cards equipped with a single GPU would require this board to be longer (at least 1 expansion slot longer). It'd probably end up looking like the Big Bang Marshall and come at a huge premium for something most people wouldn't do/use.
It supports 4-way Xfire right out of the box though. Nvidia just won't let you 4-way without their nf200 chips adding additional cost to the mobo. Having to have an extra chipset just to SLI is a joke. As is the same requirement for two 590s. You can't do quad-sli 590s on a P67 Big Bang Marshall either.

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http://www.guru3d.com/article/triple...radeon-6990/16
NVIDIA requires an NF200 chip (maybe even two) on the motherboard for Quad-SLI. Only then will the quad-SLI mode in the GeForce driver open up.

Each of the GTX 590 cards already has a NF200 chip sitting in-between the two GPUs, so in theory there's no need for an additional NF200 IC on the motherboard as each card will get x8 PCIe lanes assigned to them. Still, NVIDIA requires you to purchase an expensive motherboard to get that supported. I'm sorry but that sounds like (not trying to sound like an asshat here) corporate greed and we feel it's something completely unnecessary.

Edited by PoopaScoopa - 4/15/11 at 3:19pm
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