Today traditional Nvidia video card manufacturing partner, American company EVGA, is launching its top overclocking mainboard, targeting socket 1155 enthusiasts. The new device features an impressive 300% more gold content in the CPU socket assembly.
The official name of the new product is EVGA Z77 FTW and while we don’t clearly know what that gold is doing exactly, we can definitely say that there’s less than a tenth gram in there.
The mainboard is completely overclocking
oriented and it comes with several original EVGA features such as Vdroop Control, Dummy OC, E-LEET Tuning Support, EZ Voltage read points, onboard clear CMOS, power and reset buttons and triple BIOS support.
It can use up to 32 GB of DDR3-2133 memory and it has six SATA3 connectors. Two of the SATA3 ports are of eSATA type and all have support for RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10.
There are six PCIe x16 slots and a single PCIe x1 slot present, but the number of PCIe lanes depend on the mounted CPU
The mainboard is currently available for $310 (242 EUR).