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Welcome to the EVGA X58 MB Club Thread!
 
Thanks to alan & Fir3Chi3f for the new layout help

 

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  • Some Combined Information From Various Sources:

 

 

  • What are the differences between the EVGA x58 motherboards?

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Answer / Solution

EVGA has 7 different part numbers for our x58 motherboards.



121-BL-E756 EVGA x58 Micro ATX motherboard

141-BL-E757 EVGA x58 SLI LE motherboard

132-BL-E758 EVGA x58 SLI Motherboard

141-BL-E759 EVGA x58 Classified Limited Edition Motherboard with ECP x3 SLI at 16x

141-BL-E760 EVGA x58 Classified Motherboard

141-BL-E761 EVGA x58 Classified Motherboard with ECP

141-BL-E769 EVGA x58 Classified Motherboard Hydro Copper





Memory

(All amounts are listed with the latest BIOS installed)

X58 SLI Classified

6 x 240-pin DIMM sockets
Triple Channel DDR3
Maximum of 24GB of DDR3 1600MHz+ *

X58 SLI

6 x 240-pin DIMM sockets
Triple Channel DDR3
Maximum of 12GB of DDR3 1600MHz+ *

X58 SLI LE

6 x 240-pin DIMM sockets
Triple Channel DDR3
Maximum of 12GB of DDR3 1600MHz+ *

X58 SLI Micro

6 x 240-pin DIMM sockets
Triple Channel DDR3
Maximum of 12GB of DDR3 1600MHz+ *



* Please Note:

Make sure you have the latest BIOS version installed.
Check with your memory manufacturer to make sure you input the correct timings and voltages for your memory setup. For example, for a 12GB set running at 1600MHz or more, you may need to loosen up the timings in order for your system to be stable. Please see www.evga.com/support/motherboard/ for list of supported memory.



IDE/SATA



All the motherboard include the IHC10R Intel Raid Controller with 6 SATA ports.



The E758, E759, E760, E761 and E769 boards also include a JMicron IDE port and 2 JMicron SATA controllers. One of these controllers is a ESATA controller and the second controller is a internal RAID controller



None of the EVGA x58 motherboards have a floppy controller.





Graphics



Once graphics card will run at 16x in the primary slot on any of these boards.

Multiple graphics cards can run at different speeds based on configuration on each motherboard.



2 graphics card configurations



E756 both graphics cards will operate at 16x.(2 slots total)

E757 primary graphics card will operate at 16x the second graphics card will operate at 8x.

E758 both graphics cards will operate at 16x.

E759 both graphics cards will operate at 16x.

E760/E761/E769 both graphics cards will operate at 16x.



3 graphics card configurations



E756 not possible as this motherboard only supports 2 PCIE graphics cards.

E757 primary graphics card will operate at 16x, the second and third graphics card will operate at 8x.

E758 primary graphics cards will operate at 16x, the second and third graphics card will operate at 8x.

E759 all three graphics cards will operate at 16x.

E760/E761/E769 primary graphics cards will operate at 16x, the second and third graphics card will operate at 8x.



4 graphics card configuration



E756 not possible as this motherboard only supports 2 PCIE graphics cards.

E757 primary, second and third graphics card will operate at 8x, the fourth graphics card will operate at 4x.

E758 not possible as this motherboard only supports 3 PCIE graphics cards.

E759 primary and second graphics card will operate at 16x, the third and fourth graphics card will operate at 8x.

E760/E761/E769 all four graphics cards will operate at 8x.





EVGA Control Panel (ECP)



The EVGA Control Panel is available for the EVGA x58 Classified motherboards. It is included in the E759 and E761 models. The E760 model must purchase it separately at www.evga.com/products





Warranty



The EVGA x58 motherboards carry different warranties.



All EVGA product with the exception of products that part number end in –RX carry a 1 year warranty.



Any product which part number ends in –A1 or –AR includes an available Limited Lifetime Warranty*. This is activated providing that the warranty policy is followed especially, but not exclusively, that the product is registered in your EVGA.com member account within 30 days of purchase.



Any product which part number ends in –T1 or –TR includes an available 2 Year Warranty*. This is activated providing that the warranty policy is followed especially, but not exclusively, that the product is registered in your EVGA.com member account within 30 days of purchase.



*More details to the warranty policy are found at www.evga.com/support/warranty/





 

 


 

  • Latest Bios:

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New BIOS for x58 boards are out (rev. 83) Click Here . Here's what Jacob posted:

BIOS 83 Updates: September 02, 2011
  • Updates CPU Microcode
    Improved CPU Support

 

 

 

  • SATA III/6G Firmware Update version 1701 Tuesday, March 01, 2011 12:10 PM
     
Click Here For Detailed Information On Firmware Update (Click to show)

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=883389

The Firmware and Software below is applicable to the following mainboards:

  • EVGA CLASSIFIED SR-2
  • EVGA x58 CLASSIFIED 3
  • EVGA X58 FTW 3
  • EVGA X58 SLI 3
PLEASE NOTE:
  • It is strongly recommended that you backup any data on the SATAIII/6G drives if in a raid configuration before flashing the Marvell chipset.  In rare occurrences the raid will degrade and could lose data.  
  • If this is a new installation, flashing of firmware is recommended before installation of data to the drive to minimize any issues that may occur after the flash if in a raid configuration. 
  • After firmware is flashed to the marvell controller the drivers should be reinstalled to avoid any possible issues that can arise as it recognizes the controller differently after the flash.
 
 

Firmware Version 1.0.0.1701
  • Enhances AHCI compatibility

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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