EVGA may very well be the only company left to have big focus on overclockers and enthusiasts. Right now it is completing its latest creation based on Intel’s P67 chipset and it brings everything from six PCI-E x16 slots, major heatsinks and well planned placement of the components.
EVGA P67 FTW B3 (For The Win) is the top model from EVGA based on P67 and it is very careful to point out that it is based on P67 with the new B3 stepping after the big problems with Intel P67 B2.
The board ships with six PCI-E x16 ports, two SATA 6 GB/s, four SATA 3 GB/s ports, 7.1 channel HD audio, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, USB 3.0 and numerous USB 2.0 ports – all SATA ports and 24-pin connector has been turned to the side for better cable management. When it comes to the PCI-E slots there is an additional Nvidia NF200 bridge chip to support up to four graphics cards in SLI/Crossfire. We also see buttons for Power, Reset and Clear CMOS on the board.
EVGA P67 FTW B3 comes with a 12-phase power design for the processor and around the socket we see a massive heatsink intended to cool the whole shebang. Other unfctions include EVGA’s own EVBot for overclocking and monitoring the system without software, a LED POST for troubleshooting and an ingenious BIOS.
EVGA P67 FTW B3 is expected shotrly and the price in stores should be around 170€.
Source: TechConnect Magazine