Last week EVGA shared a picture of a motherboard with dual LGA 1366 sockets, perhaps to be used with coming hexa-core processors. A full size picture has been posted at XtremeSystems and it reveals that EVGA has been generous with both circuitry and features. Except from the two processor sockets and belonging 12 DDR3 memory slots we see seven PCI Express x16 slots powered by two NF200 bridge chips.
Each CPU socket is fed by 6-pin and 8-pin power connectors, backed up by the regular 24-pin ATX connector and a regular 6-pin connector at the graphics card slots.
EVGA hasn’t revealed any details on the board, but it sure looks like a monster, and not just the size. We’re curious to hear exactly what processors are supposed to be used with this board.