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Introducing EVGA Z77 and EVGA Z75 Motherboards

By Joy Hou & Wong Chung Wee - on 11 Sep 2012, 1:35pm

Introducing EVGA Z77 and EVGA Z75 Motherboards

EVGA presents its lineup of Z77 and Z75 motherboards. We reported on the company's Z77 FTW motherboard in April this year. Now, EVGA has fleshed out its Ivy Bridge chipset-based motherboards with two new boards, the Z77 Stinger and Z75 SLI.


Based on Intel's Z77 Express chipset, the EVGA Z77 FTW comes with 4-way SLI support, dual 8-pin CPU power connectors, 300% increase in gold content in CPU socket, and a right angled 24-pin power connector. It is designed for overclocking, making it ideal for enthusiasts. Additionally, the EVGA Z77 FTW provides up to 300W for CPU power, two options for PCIe power input and Lucid Virtu MVP support, allowing GPU Virtualization to utilize both integrated GPU and discreet graphics cards.

EVA Z77 Stinger

The EVGA Z77 Stinger is a mini-ITX Intel Z77 Express chipset board that is built with a layout to accommodate large cards, and includes robust overclocking features, native SATA 6Gbps as well as USB 3.0 connectivity. With such comprehensive features, this mini-marvel allows system builders to flexibility to configure a small form factor PC without compromising on hardware choices.


Featuring native USB 3.0, SATA 6Gbps, and 2-way SLI and PhysX, the Intel Z75 Express chipset-based EVGA Z75 SLI comes equipped with an overclocking feature set which allows you to maximize your CPU's performance. It spacious layout of its PEG slots allows for up to a 3-way graphics cards configuration.

Besides being engineered for overclocking, these three motherboards are geared with onboard features including (but not limited to) onboard power, reset, and clear CMOS buttons. The boards feature high-quality build components like POSCAP capacitors that have high reliability and high heat resistance, underscoring their reputation as high-performance computing motherboards.

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