EVGA Announces Classified SR-2 Motherboard

EVGA Corporation, the leading-edge 3D processor and motherboard manufacturer, announced the ultimate in high performance motherboards, the EVGA Classified SR-2. With dual Intel Xeon CPU support, 4-way SLI, overclocking features and more, this is certainly a one of a kind board. For the first time ever, you can experience the ultimate in CPU and GPU performance, and when combined with compatible Intel 6 Core CPU’s, you create a massive system capable of up to 24 CPU threads of compute power.

Whether you are an extreme gamer, overclocker, power user, workstation user, server admin, folder/cruncher, or just a PC enthusiast; this is the ultimate board for you!

New and Key features introduced on the EVGA Classified SR-2 motherboard:

  • 8+2 Phase PWM w/ switching frequency of up to 1,333KHz
  • 100% Solid State Capacitors
  • EVGA Vdroop Control
  • EVGA Dummy OC
  • EVGA E-LEET Tuning Utility
  • EVGA EZ Voltage Read Points
  • Onboard Clear CMOS, Power and Reset Buttons
  • NVIDIA 4-Way SLI Support
  • PCIe Disable Jumpers
  • More Gold Content in CPU Pins
  • EVGA ECP V3 Support
  • EVGA EVbot Support

EVGA Classified SR2 Motherboard

EVGA Classified SR2 motherboard will be available through EVGA’s network of leading Etailers, Retailers, System Integrators, OEM System Manufacturers and Distributors.

EVGA Classified SR-2 Motherboard

Source: EVGA

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