EVGA presents the Z170 Classified-K motherboard

EVGA presents the Z170 Classified-K motherboard

EVGA has presented another high-end LGA 1151 motherboard. This time the board is called Z170 Classified-K – designed from the ground up for hardcore gamers, the board comes with tons of options and features that will make using a Skylake chip a pleasure.

Obviously the Z170 Classified-K is based on Intel’s high-end Z170 chipset but there’s more – it comes with support for DDR4-3600+ memory as well as four DDR4 memory slots that can house up to 64 GB of DDR4 SDRAM, eight SATA 3.0 ports, support for 2-way SLI and PhysX, Killer E2400 NIC, Intel Gigabit NIC, 8-channeled audio, USB 3.1 and many more features including a 6-layer rugged PCB and tons of overclocking options.

The new EVGA board is now available online where it sells for USD 289.99. In addition to this the board has a 3-year warranty but EVGA recommends that you register your Z170 Classified-K motherboard with the company.

Source: EVGA

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