EVGA Announces X58 Micro motherboard

EVGA-X58-Micro-motherboardEVGA Corporation, the leading-edge 3D processor and motherboard manufacturer, announces a new version of the popular EVGA X58 lineup, the EVGA X58 Micro. This motherboard takes the power, performance and stability of the EVGA X58 lineup, but shrinks it to Micro ATX form factor.

The EVGA X58 Micro is the perfect setup for any home theater or Lan Party rig!

EVGA X58 Micro motherboard

New and Key features introduced on the EVGA X58 Micro motherboard:

  • Supports Intel® Core™ i7 Processors
  • Intel® X58 Express Chipset with the ICH10R Southbridge
  • Supports over 6.4 Giga-transfers per second
  • Supports Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
  • Supports RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
  • EVGA VDroop Control
  • 100% Solid State Capacitors
  • 6 DIMM triple-channel DDR3
  • Enthusiast layout supporting 2-way and CrossFireX
  • 6 SATA II 3.0GB/s ports
  • EVGA EZ Voltage
  • EVGA E-LEET Tuning Utility Software

Source: EVGA

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