P67 Classified shows up

I while ago I wrote "Either no one cares about their boards or they actually manage to keep NDA tight" as a response to the question why Evga did not have a board in the LGA1155 database. Well, just a few minutes ago the P67 was added!



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Belgium Massman says:

Check out that ATX-connector :D

K404 says:

IFFFFF what we've seen in terms of MHz is pretty much all SB can do, this board is massive overkill and I suspect will struggle to sell well. It's not gonna be cheap, is it?

United States xxbassplayerxx says:

If SB turns around and this is $300 or less, I'll consider it. Never had an EVGA board. But I seriously doubt this will be less than $300.

United States GilbertFrank says:

hello guys.. sorry for interfering, I'm a newbie here and I need some assistance. I hope somebody would help me and assist me for some important matters. that's all, thanks!

Belgium Massman says:

GilbertFrank said: hello guys.. sorry for interfering, I'm a newbie here and I need some assistance. I hope somebody would help me and assist me for some important matters.

that's all, thanks!


I've banned your account, but as sign of respect I did bookmark your adult website. Thumbs up!

K404 says:

Only thumbs? :D

United States redhat_ownage says:

Massman said: Check out that ATX-connector :D


i did it on my classy first :/
http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh199/redhat_ownage/DSC_3055.jpg

Germany der8auer says:

Where's the advantage in that direction of the ATX-Connector?

TaPaKaH says:

unless it can clock SB past, say, 5.5GHz all of its features are

Finland Mean Machine says:

der8auer said: Where's the advantage in that direction of the ATX-Connector?


None. You can short the pins and hurt yourself and/or some hardware quite badly, that's the only thing that differs. Oh, and those case modding fags can hide their cables better. :D

Besides, most Intel mobo partners has had permission to show their motherboards, as long as they didn't show the socket before actual launch date. EVGA isn't exactly the company which is in highest regard by Intel (think earlier NDA incidents), so they got their all clear a lot later than everybody else. But of course they had to screw that up as well by showing the socket.

Belgium Massman says:

Yeah. The socket is what everyone wants to see.

Finland Mean Machine says:

Massman said: Yeah. The socket is what everyone wants to see.


Not quite sure if you're being sarcastic, but since it's you, I guess you are. I'm just stating Intel rules, the socket looks just like every other LGA socket, basically, and I don't give a crap either, but I know what rules Intel had for partners showing their new boards. :)

Guyana sear says:

aggressive design, we hope they are also its performance

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