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EVGA 141-BL-E757-TR ATX X58 SLI LE Intel Motherboard
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Rating: 9.02/10
BawlZINmotion@NCIX
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Review Date: 06/14/10
Cons: PCIe configuration.

Pros: An excellent means of pricing down a X58 motherboard that still holds most of the features of similar products priced $400+.
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This board does support 3-way SLI and Crossfire, however, if either or, even in dual form, are of interest to you I would probably look else where. The EVGA X58 SLI LE is an excellent board with a ton of great features and flexibility, but it is also designed for those people with budgets for boards sub-$300. In other words, it is an entry level enthusiast board, and it does a great job of including a lot for relatively little coin.If you already know you want to run more than one GPU, look elsewhere. This board will rock the socks off any single GPU user and they'll be glad they bought it considering the money they will save.The EVGA X58 SLI LE is an excellent board that will be the perfect fit for many people looking to jump on the i7 gaming bandwagon. It does not pretend to be the kingpin and thus should not be looked at as such. This board is an excellent entry level product that I can easily recommend to anyone getting into enthusiast building.
Torry
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Review Date: 05/07/10
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This was my first EVGA MB and it's great. Good price, great features, and so easy to set up. Not to mention EVGA's tech support. Had some troubles at the beginning, turned out not related to the MB at all, but EGVA techs and other users are super helpful in figuring out issues and solutions.
Cory_G@NCIX
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Review Date: 05/05/10
Cons: Not much in the way of extras included except for SLI bridges and SATA cables.

Pros: LooksTriple SLICorrect positioning of connectors
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I just put a core i7 930 build in this mobo and I'm very happy with it. EVGA did a great job of packaging and giving you a great manual as well as board map. Everything was easy to install in it. I love the right angle SATA connectors and the postilion of the power cables. All the Front panel connectors were easy to hook up. The only thing I don't liek on this board is that the PCIe lanes are 'locked' so they don't adapt speed to where you put your cards.
Metal
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Review Date: 05/03/10
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Great product, great quality.
Ax
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Review Date: 05/03/10
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I don't even know where to start..... Well constructed board, looks beautiful, came with easy-to-use instructions AND manuals, overclocks beautifully (though you don't even need to). It even has some easy-access spots specifically for multimeter use (this is a troubleshooting feature. Not needed now, but I know it'll be handy 10 years down the road if it starts to die on me). This is WELL worth the money.
Kodite
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Review Date: 03/31/10
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Looks great. LOVE the onboard CPU temp LEDs. BIOS features are thorough. Having RAID troubles: need to flash your BIOS for full features.
RoninIscariot
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Review Date: 03/18/10
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This is a solid board. I had some problems with it initially. Basically I dropped my processor into the board, and it would not POST. I got various post code errors including 7F, FF(should be normal but screen was blank) etc... but I found that I had to hold the CMOS reset button until the machine rebooted on it's own. After that, it booted normally, except every time I'd reboot the computer, I'd have to hold the CMOS reset button. This was cleared up after a BIOS update. I've got some great temps on the processor, and the northbridge cooler works very well for it's size.
LA
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Review Date: 03/14/10
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No problems !!!! EVGA is the best.
Sigh213
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Review Date: 03/13/10
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Looks Good..using this for a computer build..have not finished building yet..well didn,t even start..but it looks good and can,t wait to start..
KILLEROZSNIPER
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Review Date: 03/12/10
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This is a great motherboard. i built my first set up with it and I am amazed of how good it looks. I put this together with a i7 920 and Corsair dominator tri-channel memory and it performs amazingly in games FPS games.
kirm@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/04/10
Cons: EPS power connector location - dumb, dumb, dumbSome caps really close to chip socketPassive cooling on NBA bit pricey

Pros: A myriad of OCing optionsWell built and looks goodLED on board with post codes and, when booted, temp readout6 Phase Power Design6 SATA connectors that support RAID 0, 1, 0+1, 5, JBODOn-Board Reset Button with Integrated HDD Activity LightOn-Board Power Button with Integrated Power LightPower and CMOS reset switches.CMOS reset on back panel.
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This is my first EVGA board and, from what I've seen so far, it won't be my last. MB manufacturers seem to have come light years with the enthusiast crowd. For instance, It blew me away that this board had a CMOS reset button on the board AND the back panel. What a thoughtful detail. No more jumper BS!!!! I was also impressed by the fact that there were power and reset switches on the mobo. But not only that, the power one lights up and the reset one flashes for HDD activity.It's not all sunshine and lollipops though. For one thing the EPS (or 8 pin 12v) power connector is in an incredibly stupid place on this board. Take a look at a closeup picture of it and you'll see what I mean. Try hiding cables with that abomination onto the Lord. You either come up from the bottom and route under the NB cooler or you come from the top and TRY to route under the mosfet cooler...if you have a long enough power cable.Another issue you may encounter is that with a large heat sink or water cooling block (Apogee XT) you may come awfully close to touching or actually touch the caps that sit WAY TOO CLOSE to the chip socket. That's just stupid design. To EVGA: Keep EVERYTHING away from the chip socket guys! You don't know what coolers people will be using.And as someone mentioned already; this is a 250-300 buck board and they only give you 2 SATA cables. That's cold!Because of those issues I can only give the board 4 stars but I don't hesitate to recommend it to the enthusiast who wants all the performance but can give up some of the bells and whistles of it's higher priced brothers.
MarkGS
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Review Date: 03/03/10
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First build for me and all worked from the get-go. Used with an i7-920 processor and 6GB DDR3 PC 1333Mhz RAM. Has enough fan headers for the 6-120mm green LED fans installed, and CPU fan (CoolerMaster V8) also a smartfan feature to manual or automatically adjust speed on temp. CPU keeping at 21 deg C. Only has 1 LAN port which is ok for me. Haven't OC'd yet, since it's faster then I ever had before
cyclops
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Review Date: 03/01/10
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Matched this board with I7 chip 2.66 and corsair dominator tri channel memory and its matches well.I run World of Warcraft and it can handle multiple WoW's open and ran at graphics completly turned up. I have yet to overclock anything cause i don't need to.
Bert
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Review Date: 02/26/10
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I've been using this board for about 6 months now and I'm so happy with it that I've since bought 2 more for work. Stable, easy to use, excellent overclocking capabilities and all of this at a bargain of a price. Don't let the few bad reviews about DOA boards scare you away because this is an amazing product for the money.
Jimbo
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Review Date: 02/23/10
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Got it for a new build (my first.) She's a beauty. Easy install and set-up. Not one problem so far (after 2 mos.) Haven't yet oc'd, but it seems easy enough with this board and software.
TheHackMan
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Review Date: 02/16/10
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I bought this from this site about a month ago and I have to say its definitely worth the money. Everything worked right from the start, RAID was easy to setup. I did have a minor issue with the audio drivers but I just had to uninstall the old motherboard drivers to fix that. This board does support CrossfireX as well as SLI, all x58 chipsets support both. This board could use another USB pin set or two on the board itself but its nothing major, and the audio port on the board could be better placed since right now its right where a second graphics card would go. Also note that if you have after market fans installed on your graphics cards you will only be able to use the first and third PCI-e slots. Using liquid cooling however you will be able to put FOUR ATI graphics cards in 4-way CrossfireX.
jav
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Review Date: 02/06/10
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OK this is the deal on this MOBO. It is a great looking board. But, so far that has been the only great thing about it. After setting up and running for 2 days all heck broke loose. I've been building machines for over 20 years and I can saftely say I am somewhat of an expert on not just the hardware but knowing my way around setting up and OC'ing a system. Anyway, after about an hour of uses the machine just shut down. It is important to know I did not OC this system at all. It would seem if you get a board the works out of the box it CRANKS. But if you get a DOA board good luck. The company is great to work with and working very hard to get me a board that works. But, I am on my 3rd board now and we will see what happens when it's delivered.
Tambo
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Review Date: 02/06/10
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New system build the motherboard did not recognize any SATA devices, frequent errors. Keyboard was intermittent. Overall frustrating experience. $220 for a faulty piece of equipment. Help support was quick and responsive. Currently waiting for replacement
Yigs
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Review Date: 01/30/10
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This board not only looks cool but is great for a new OC'er. While I haven't yet ventured into OC'ng yet with this (no need since my CPU is smoking fast as it is). I read all about it on their forums and the manual. I can tell you that they have good and responsive support due to a non-related item I had to call them on a few times. They helped me troubleshoot and discover a bad power supply.
RAEJ ENT.
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Review Date: 01/28/10
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Since I got my motherboard and put my pc together it's been rock solid on features and performance. I used the i7 920 Quad core processor with 12 GB of DDR3 with Windows 7 Ulitmate 64bit. Cooler Master casing, 3 DL Light Scribe DVD-RW drives, Audigy SoundBlaster 2 ZS Platinum series sound card, 58 in 1 card reader with other on board cards. The two ATI HD 4770 running 319
EyE
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Review Date: 01/24/10
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I've built many computers in the past, but building with this board was one of the easiest ever. Plus it's powerful and very configurable. Recommended for gamers.
Mr4x
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Review Date: 01/16/10
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Installed easily in my HAF 322. The only problem I had was hooking up my keyboard and mouse. The board only has a PS2 hook up for the key board and not the mouse. Since my wireless systems mouse would not work with the keyboard plugged into the PS2 and the mouse plugged into a USB port, I had to buy a PS2 to USB adaptor for the mouse so I could plug it into a USB port. So both the key board and mouse have to use the same type of ports or the mouse wont work, either both USB or PS2 and since there is no PS2 port for the mouse USB is the only way to hook them up. Now it may be different for individual mice and key words but my wireless system had them both wired together with the receiver.
GFst
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Review Date: 12/29/09
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Got this board in an i7 920 barbones kit, its a nice mobo for the money it costs. It looks good and performs as it should. The Pheonix BIOS is a nice one for you overclockers out there, really easy to OC your i7 processors. Would reccomend it to anyone looking to build an i7 rig.
iiimik3
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Review Date: 12/29/09
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the first board i received had a defect with the memory slots. The system wouldn't post if i only had 1 stick of ram in the number 1 slot, and if i had more than that, it would post but not detect the stick in the number 1 slot. I exchanged it directly through the manufacturer and the process was simple and quick. Got a replacement board one week later, and it works perfectly! Didn't run in to a single problem or error when putting the system together. Just installed all the parts and was ready to install the OS. It's running awesome with win 7. The little digital display on the board comes in handy too.
marem
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Review Date: 12/28/09
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I love this board. Used in conjunction with cors xms 6144mb ddr3 1600mhz - 2 evga geforce 9800 gtx 512mb cards - and core i7-920 2.66ghz processor. Assembled in an afternoon. Installed software the next day. No problems and very fast installation from scratch. I expected much longer assemble and installation times.
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