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EVGA Announces their X99 FTW K Motherboard

EVGA Announces their X99 FTW K Motherboard

EVGA Announces the X99 FTW K Motherboard

EVGA Announces their X99 FTW K Motherboard

 

EVGA has announced their new X99 FTW K Motherboard for Intel's current Haswell-E and upcoming Broadwell-E CPUs. This motherboard is designed specifically for overclocking, with an 8-phase digital VRM and a CPU socket with 150% higher gold content than standard Intel X99 CPU sockets. 

This motherboard also features dual Gigabit Ethernet (1x Intel 1x Killer), has support for up to 4-way SLI and support for the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, allowing this motherboard to be used with almost any hardware configuration. 

 

 EVGA welcomes you to the next generation of ground-breaking performance: the X99 FTW K! The X99 platform redefines high-performance with the introduction of the first ever quad-channel DDR4 architecture fueled by Intel’s Haswell-E/Broadwell-E CPU family for up to 128GBs of RAM running at a maximum memory speed of up to 3200MHz+ (OC), all made possible due to the 4-layer memory T-Routing design.

The X99 FTW-K is built with an 8-layer Hybrid Black PCB, featuring a CPU socket with 150% higher Gold content powered by an Advanced 8-phase Digital VRM (IR3563B+IR3350), providing industry-leading stability for all your applications.

  EVGA Announces the X99 FTW K Motherboard

 

One thing to note is that this motherboard lacks support for U.2 SSDs, but at this time U.2 remains a largely unused connection by most SSD manufacturers. It is likely that more U.2 SSDs will be released later this year, but this motherboard will not support them without a PCIe or M.2 to U.2 adapter. 

Below you can view the full specifications of EVGA/s X99 FTW K Motherboard.    

  

EVGA Announces the X99 FTW K Motherboard

 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's X99 FTW K Motherboard on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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18-05-2016, 05:56:45

jimma47
One for you King of Old School?Quote

18-05-2016, 06:01:05

King of Old Old School
Thank you EVGA for not puting tacking RGB LED on the motherboard which i knew they wouldn't do it.

To me this is almost the prefect motherboard, IMO EVGA makes the best motherboards on the market.Quote

18-05-2016, 08:22:55

Kushiro
Each to their own I guess. I for one think this board looks terrible.Quote

18-05-2016, 11:05:51

demonking
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Thank you EVGA for not puting tacking RGB LED on the motherboard which i knew they wouldn't do it.

To me this is almost the prefect motherboard, IMO EVGA makes the best motherboards on the market.
Is that not an led strip under the I/O next to the pci slots?Quote

18-05-2016, 12:27:03

Wraith
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Originally Posted by demonking View Post
Is that not an led strip under the I/O next to the pci slots?
Not quite, it's an LED tracer outlining the audio chipset which remains separate from the main PCB to increase audio quality by reducing EMI from the main board.Quote
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