EVGA Readies P67 Classified Motherboard

"EVGA today added the P67 Classified, a new enthusiast-class motherboard to its line-up."

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EVGA today added the P67 Classified, a new enthusiast-class motherboard to its line-up. With the addition, EVGA joins the club of motherboard makers such as ASUS, MSI, and Gigabyte to have a Sandy Bridge ready board.

The new LGA1155 ready P67 Classified uses the Intel P67 Express chipset and sports a 12-phase VRM with two 8-pin EPS connectors for power supply. The extended VRM capability should give the board good overclocking capabilities. There are also four DDR3 DIMM slots, all drawing power from a 3-phase VRM – again a good setup for some quality overclocking. There is also an angled power connector for the main ATX supply.

Also visible on the board are six PCI-Express 2.0 x16 expansion slots, which make the board absolutely ready for 4-way SLI. There is another PCI-E x1 slot available on the top. Two internal SATA 6 Gbps, four internal SATA 3 Gbps, two front-panel, and two rear panel USB 3.0 ports provide multiple the connectivity options. EVGA has also given the P67 Classified 8-channel HD audio, two gigabit Ethernet controllers, FireWire, and eSATA outputs.   

For the serious enthusiasts and overclockers, EVGA has thrown in a number of overclocking technologies including its own EV-Bot module. On the whole, the motherboard sounds like an interesting one for the gaming and overclocking crowd. We can look forward to more details and perhaps the actual board once Intel officially releases its Sandy Bridge processors.

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12-12-2010, 06:15:10

With my system spec, is there anything else I will need if I were to watercool my CPU?

EK-Supreme HF Full Nickel Universal CPU Block
EK-CoolStream RADIATOR XT (360)
EK DCP 4.0 (12V DC Pump)
1L Feser One Fluid - UV Green
2.5m TFC Green UV Reactive Tube 3/8" ID - 1/2" OD
3x 120mm AKASA AK-FN059 HDB Viper Fan

Case: Microcool Banchetto 101
CPU: Intel i5 760 2.80ghz
Motherboard: Asus P7P55D-E LX

Many Thanks

12-12-2010, 07:59:00

You would deffo need a reservoir, that pumps not brilliant either but will be 'ok'. The rad is fairly big for just the cpu but hey at least you are not under spec'ing it. You may find with that case you will need more hose as you will be running longer loops than in a normal case.

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