This year at Computex EVGA was showing off their brand new X299 Micro 2 motherboard, which of course is the successor to the X299 Micro EVGA initially announced with the X299 chipset.
- Computex 2018
EVGA has just introduced two new color variants of their GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Elite Gaming graphics card. The new models include the Green (model: 11G-P4-6693-K4), and blue (11G-P4-6693-K3). With these models the aluminum frame cooler shroud has been painted with anodized paint.
EVGA has just introduced their latest all-in-one, closed-loop CPU cooler, the CLC 120 CL11 (model: 400-HY-CL11-V1). This cooler features a new pump-block design that looks very different from the rounded-square pump-block that EVGA made use of on their original CLC coolers. According to EVGA it offers improved coolant flow-rate, and higher surface-area for heat dissipation, although it lacks RGB lighting.
It must have been quite embarrassing to Colorful when it was discovered yesterday that they basically copied EVGA's About page word for word. Once word got out about this there was some pretty bad press about the company. Colorful is responding saying that they have updated their "About" page and puts the blame for the older page on a outsourced web-design company that "temporarily put the wrong information."
There are some things in the PC industry that just makes us laugh and this is one of them. If you head on over to EVGA's About page and then check out Colorful's About page you might notice they are literally the same! It looks like someone at Colorful was tasked with writing the About page and must have got lazy
EVGA always has three motherboards for each series they release, typically we see an E-ATX board, ATX board, and Micro-ATX board. Their X299 line is no different and today we are going to be checking out the X299 Micro, which is EVGA's Micro-ATX X299 board. Considering how powerful the X299 platform is you could really build as pretty amazing smaller form factor system perfect for LAN parties. This board supports 2-way SLI, has M.2 support, USB 3.1 support, 802.11ac WiFi, and even RGB header support. If you are looking to build a small, but powerful X299 system this could be the perfect board for you! Let's take a look and see what it is all about!
EVGA is very well known for their power supplies and this year at CES they had a 2200W unit! The new Supernova 2200 P2 packs in 2200 watts of 80 PLUS Platinum power! That is enough power for seven GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards running at once!
EVGA introduces you to the ultimate in raw performance for the next-gen Intel Extreme lineup, the EVGA X299 Dark. The Dark is crafted from the ground up to be the performance apex with everything you need to make a record-breaking benching run or a 24/7 number cruncher, and nothing you don't - a board that is as reliable as it is fast.
EVGA is feeling a little nostalgic as well as generous. They have announced a rather interesting new contest. They will be offering 1000 EVGA bucks (equal to $1000) for your old EVGA GeForce4 MX 440 and GeForce4 4600 Ti graphics cards.