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Old 09-10-2012, 04:03 PM   #1
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Default EVGA Introduces Z77 Stinger & Z75 SLI Motherboards

EVGA has today introduced two new motherboards, both of which target totally different audiences. First up is the Z77 Stinger, a mini-ITX offering that's designed to support large GPUs, big overclocks and everything else an enthusiast would be looking for. At the moment, no pricing information is available for this board, with a "Coming Soon" message greeting those who check it out at EVGA's online store.


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Does anyone care about EVGA anymore? I mean only thing I see people really scrambling for is the GPUs. The boards are just so far behind many other makers that most people have them already, on top of that their P67 boards don't support ivy.
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I could be wrong, but the company doesn't seem to be taking its motherboards too seriously anymore. I forget what model it is, but I heard one of the company's recent offerings can't even handle the latest Ivy Bridge CPUs, just because there's no BIOS update for the board. Kind of strange...
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