EVGA SR-X Dual-Socket LGA 2011
At this year's CES EVGA probably turned some heads with its upcoming power supply line but the company had more enthusiast eye candy on display, like the SR-X dual-socket motherboard. Teased a little last year, the SR-X seems to have the same HPTX form factor as its predecessor (the SR-2) but it offers support for the newest LGA 2011 Intel processors (Sandy Bridge-E for single-CPU setups, Sandy Bridge-EP for dual-CPU 'awesomesauce').

EVGA's dual-socket motherboard includes 12 DDR3 memory slots allowing for up to 96 GB of RAM, two (one 8-pin and one 6-pin) power connector per CPU, six SATA and four SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) ports, seven PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots for SLI or CrossFireX configurations, PCIe disable switches, voltage read points, a debug LED, dual Gigabit Ethernet, two eSATA ports, 7.1 channel audio, Bluetooth, EVBot support, plus six USB 3.0 connectors (four on the back plate, two via a header). The SR-X still hasn't been priced or dated.

[img]http://www.techpowerup.com/img/12-01-13/evga_sr-x_ces_01.jpg[/img]

Source:
http://www.techpowerup.com/158618/EVGA-SR-X-Dual-Socket-LGA-2011-Motherboard-Seen-at-CES.html
At this year's CES EVGA probably turned some heads with its upcoming power supply line but the company had more enthusiast eye candy on display, like the SR-X dual-socket motherboard. Teased a little last year, the SR-X seems to have the same HPTX form factor as its predecessor (the SR-2) but it offers support for the newest LGA 2011 Intel processors (Sandy Bridge-E for single-CPU setups, Sandy Bridge-EP for dual-CPU 'awesomesauce').



EVGA's dual-socket motherboard includes 12 DDR3 memory slots allowing for up to 96 GB of RAM, two (one 8-pin and one 6-pin) power connector per CPU, six SATA and four SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) ports, seven PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots for SLI or CrossFireX configurations, PCIe disable switches, voltage read points, a debug LED, dual Gigabit Ethernet, two eSATA ports, 7.1 channel audio, Bluetooth, EVBot support, plus six USB 3.0 connectors (four on the back plate, two via a header). The SR-X still hasn't been priced or dated.



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Source:

http://www.techpowerup.com/158618/EVGA-SR-X-Dual-Socket-LGA-2011-Motherboard-Seen-at-CES.html

#1
Posted 01/13/2012 07:39 AM   
At this year's CES EVGA probably turned some heads with its upcoming power supply line but the company had more enthusiast eye candy on display, like the SR-X dual-socket motherboard. Teased a little last year, the SR-X seems to have the same HPTX form factor as its predecessor (the SR-2) but it offers support for the newest LGA 2011 Intel processors (Sandy Bridge-E for single-CPU setups, Sandy Bridge-EP for dual-CPU 'awesomesauce').

EVGA's dual-socket motherboard includes 12 DDR3 memory slots allowing for up to 96 GB of RAM, two (one 8-pin and one 6-pin) power connector per CPU, six SATA and four SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) ports, seven PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots for SLI or CrossFireX configurations, PCIe disable switches, voltage read points, a debug LED, dual Gigabit Ethernet, two eSATA ports, 7.1 channel audio, Bluetooth, EVBot support, plus six USB 3.0 connectors (four on the back plate, two via a header). The SR-X still hasn't been priced or dated.

[img]http://www.techpowerup.com/img/12-01-13/evga_sr-x_ces_01.jpg[/img]

Source:
http://www.techpowerup.com/158618/EVGA-SR-X-Dual-Socket-LGA-2011-Motherboard-Seen-at-CES.html
At this year's CES EVGA probably turned some heads with its upcoming power supply line but the company had more enthusiast eye candy on display, like the SR-X dual-socket motherboard. Teased a little last year, the SR-X seems to have the same HPTX form factor as its predecessor (the SR-2) but it offers support for the newest LGA 2011 Intel processors (Sandy Bridge-E for single-CPU setups, Sandy Bridge-EP for dual-CPU 'awesomesauce').



EVGA's dual-socket motherboard includes 12 DDR3 memory slots allowing for up to 96 GB of RAM, two (one 8-pin and one 6-pin) power connector per CPU, six SATA and four SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) ports, seven PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots for SLI or CrossFireX configurations, PCIe disable switches, voltage read points, a debug LED, dual Gigabit Ethernet, two eSATA ports, 7.1 channel audio, Bluetooth, EVBot support, plus six USB 3.0 connectors (four on the back plate, two via a header). The SR-X still hasn't been priced or dated.



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Source:

http://www.techpowerup.com/158618/EVGA-SR-X-Dual-Socket-LGA-2011-Motherboard-Seen-at-CES.html

#2
Posted 01/13/2012 07:39 AM   
oops. sorry this topic was already created before.
Can an admin please remove this.
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oops. sorry this topic was already created before.

Can an admin please remove this.

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Posted 01/13/2012 07:43 AM   
oops. sorry this topic was already created before.
Can an admin please remove this.
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oops. sorry this topic was already created before.

Can an admin please remove this.

Thanks.

#4
Posted 01/13/2012 07:43 AM   
how about an updated pic
[img]http://www.techpowerup.com/img/12-02-13/evga_sr-x_feb_01.jpg[/img]
how about an updated pic

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#5
Posted 02/14/2012 07:55 PM   
It'll be interesting to see what the x16 slots are capable of (speeds if fully populated).
Still bugs me (and many others) the unbalanced RAM slots...
Full board watercooling is going to be a bit messy with 3 blocks (if someone chooses to make them)...

Still enough to tempt though (and the revised / proper aircooling blocks are an improvement)
It'll be interesting to see what the x16 slots are capable of (speeds if fully populated).

Still bugs me (and many others) the unbalanced RAM slots...

Full board watercooling is going to be a bit messy with 3 blocks (if someone chooses to make them)...



Still enough to tempt though (and the revised / proper aircooling blocks are an improvement)

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Posted 02/14/2012 08:56 PM   
*facepalm*
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